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Living Hope Church
1010 County Road O Winchester, WI 54557 715-686-7650 livinghopesermons.com E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com Pastors: Richard Krenz, John Nuce
Worship Services Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Thursday Bible Studies: 7:00 p.m. Communion: Last Sunday at 6:00 p.m. Mission: We are a Christ-centered, Bible preaching church whose purpose is to encourage and equip the saints to take the saving message of Jesus Christ to our community and to our world. In 1993 the Lord established Living Hope Church in Winchester, WI, first as a Bible study on Sunday evenings, developing soon after into a rejoicing fellowship of believers. Pastor Richard Krenz was the founding Pastor and continues to faithfully preach Godâ€™s Word. In recent years he has been joined by Pastor John Nuce, who shares in the privilege of teaching and preaching. Living Hope Church believes in what the Apostle Paul called the simplicity of Christ. The Name of our faith is Jesus Christ, and it is our desire to exalt, worship and praise Him first and foremost. It is the saving truth that God gave His Son, Jesus, to become a man and dwell with us here on this earth, to die in our place for our sins, and to rise again the third day; every man must hear and believe this truth to be saved and secure in Christ forever. We focus on this simple message as we work line by line, verse by verse, book by book through the Bible on Sunday mornings and Thursday evenings. Our worship services consist of singing hymns and choruses that exalt and praise our Savior, followed by the preaching of Godâ€™s Word. Our midweek Bible studies are on Thursday nights at 7:00. In these informal studies, we take a book of the Bible and study together verse by verse, striving to observe what God says, trust and believe Him, and apply these truths in our lives for His glory. Our sermons are available at livinghopesermons.com free of charge for your edification. We invite you to join us on Sunday mornings for worship at 9:30 a.m. at the corner of Highway O and W in Winchester, WI.
Churches of Northern Wisconsin and the Western U.P.