Get Involved

Hope Presbyterian Church has a wide variety of ministries to serve you and your family, and to allow you to serve others.  All of our ministries are designed to help us fulfill our core values of Loving God, Loving Others, and Living in Grace. We hope that you will find a place for you to belong and a place for you to serve.  Please contact the church office at 402-895-4044 to sign up, or receive additional information.

Building and Grounds


The Building and Grounds Committee is responsible for church maintenance.  If you like painting, landscaping, remodeling, plumbing, electrical work, and helping keep the building clean, this is a great place for you.



This committee handles the prayer chain, meals when someone is sick or after surgery, rides for those who do not drive, and nursing home visits.



The Christian Education Committee consists of three sub-committees to provide programs and education for all age groups – Children, Youth and Adults.



The Fellowship Committee plans events to bind the congregation together, from picnics to Bunko nights and potluck dinners, to the annual Pie Feed each year.



Enjoy working with numbers?  Finance collects the weekly offering and reports to Session and the congregation, does the yearly financial budget, pays all bills, invests the church’s money wisely, and does all deposits each week. This committee overseas the yearly pledge drive that takes place in the fall.



The Mission Committee examines the needs of the community and decides which projects the Hope congregation will pursue to help meet their needs.



Music and Worship Committee handles all aspects of worship from choosing liturgists to sanctuary decorations.



The Outreach Committee works to spread the Good News to the community by marketing and advertising the church, welcomes new visitors with first time visitor teams, conducts the new member class and overseas The Pantry of Hope.



"We joined Hope Church after our daughter was born. The congregation was so warm and friendly, we all quickly felt at home there. Hope Church fosters both individual and community spirituality and nurtures the religious education for members of all ages."
- Tom and Linda Deegan


"Hope Church is many things to me. It is a place where I have made many good friends. By getting to know the people of Hope through fellowship, classes, small groups, mission projects, and other activities, they have become a family to me."
- Josh Widman