At Hope, we understand that sharing our resources with others is one of the ways God calls us to serve and care for one another.  As such, we open our facility to various community groups and individuals to use and rent for various purposes. Below is some information about renting our facility and information about the regularly recurring community groups that meet at Hope.

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    Contact: Main Office | Email | 248-553-7170

    Hope Lutheran Church is pleased to offer use of our facility to members, family, friends, and the community. Use our convenient online form to submit your needs and someone from our office will get back to your shortly. Have questions? Please email or call the office.

    Click here to submit our Facility Use Inquiry Form

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    Adult basketball is for men and women 16+ who have basic basketball skills and enjoy a competitive game. This group meets at Hope in Farmington Hills on Monday nights from 6:00-8:00pm. Interested individuals should email Ken Martin.



    Class will resume in the fall.

    The Conversation Cafe' is a weekly meeting for international visitors from other countries to learn and PRACTICE ENGLISH. We meet up and have conversations, and enjoy fun and games with friendly volunteers in a relaxed, safe, learning environment. Guided by Grace Stanczak and other volunteers, this weekly Wednesday (lunchtime) meet up is sure to help improve ESL skills for beginners, intermediate, and advanced level speakers.


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    Hope’s Garden Group is back! Leads Martha Rotter and Georgia Roed have a passion for gardening and a dedication to good gardening practices they want to share. No matter if you’re a seasoned gardener, a learning gardener, or someone who would like to help on special projects – this group will have something for everyone! Join the group now to receive emails on upcoming projects.


    And since we’re talking projects, we could use some help. We are currently developing two gardens around Hope with the anticipation of attracting butterflies and other pollinators. Work has begun but as with any garden project there is always more. How can you help? First, join our group to receive emails. Second, volunteer your time and talents to help create these beautiful spaces – we need help turning the soil over to get ready to plant. And third, donate a few plants (or portions of plants) from your home garden. Plants needed include Russian Sage, Dill, Purple Cone Flower, Cup Plant, Aster, Sedum, and Black Eye Susan.


    Martha and Georgia are currently prepping garden beds on Wednesday afternoons – stop by around 11:45am and lend a helping garden hand. In addition, stop by their table between services on Sunday morning to find out more and to sign up to help.

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    Hope Lutheran Church is the Charter Organization for Farmington Hills Scout Troop 263 and Pack 263. Troop 263 was formed in 1962 when Troop 163 had become too large. They are celebrating their 62nd Year as a Scouting Troop. In this time, they have guided 139 Eagle Scouts with the support of 19 Scout Masters.  They currently have 27 Scouts, and we support them with recruiting and providing meeting spaces as their Charter Organization. The Scouts in turn assist Hope Lutheran Church with volunteer needs as they arise. We are happy to be in partnership with the Scouts and to welcome them into our facility.



    Five minutes for an hour's worth of calm.

    Tangle 365 features the Zentangle Method, which is a very portable, easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images anywhere in minutes with structured drawing patterns called tangles. This mentally and physically calming mindfulness technique is a gift that keeps on giving and is great for gift-making! 

    Tangles are created with combinations of dots, lines, simple curves, S-curves and orbs, typically on pocket-sized pieces of paper called tiles. Zentangle art is non-representational and unplanned so you can focus on one stroke at a time and not worry about the result. There is no up or down, left or right. In fact, you can most easily create Zentangle art by rotating your tile as you tangle -- always keeping your hand in a relaxed position. You don't need to know what a tangle is going to look like to draw it. You just need to follow the steps and trust the process. The result is a delightful surprise.

    The Tangle 365 class is moving online till spring and will be held the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Wednesdays of the month at 7pm. For more information, please email.