“We are to carry each other’s burdens and in this way we fulfill the love of Christ.” Galatians 6:2

At Hope, we can break the isolation and bring the healing power of Jesus into your life.
Support Groups

Mondays at 6:30pm | South Campus, Room 360
$20 for book
DivorceCare is a weekly support group and seminar conducted by people who understand what you are experiencing. Join at any time.
Topics include: The Road to Healing, Facing My Anger, Facing My Depression, Facing My Loneliness, New Relationships, Financial Survival, Kid Care, Forgiveness, Growing Closer to God
Grief Fellowship
Currently On Hold
You are invited to Applebee’s the first Thursday of each month for conversation and support. We have a short devotion and prayer. Contact Nancy, 701.361.2833, for more information.
Mondays at 6:30pm | North Campus, Learning Center
$15 for book
Questions? Email hopecare@fargohope.org
Grief Ministry helps people as they struggle through their journey of grief. We are here to talk with you and encourage you to remember your loved ones. We can also help you find other support groups in the community. GriefShare is a special seminar and support group for people grieving the loss of someone close. This group is sponsored by people who understand what you are experiencing and want to offer you comfort and encouragement during this difficult time.
Topics include: Living with Grief, The Journey of Grief, The Effects of Grief, When your Spouse Dies, Your Family and Grief, Why?, The Uniqueness of Grief, God’s Prescription for Grief, Stuck in Grief, Top 20 Lessons of Grief, Heaven

Visit griefshare.org for more information.
There is hope!
Living Free small groups help participants gain insight into how a life-controlling problem develops and how it can be overcome through a relationship with Jesus.

Christian, inter-denominational
Weekly meetings (9 weeks – 13 weeks)

  • Guide participants toward better relationships with each other and with God
  • Designed to help identify life-controlling problems
  • Connect participants to a local church for on-going growth

Cost: Manuals are $15 (scholarships available)

Downloadable version available

Link will be sent to those who register or contact
Eric Johnson
Living Free Small Group Coordinator


Participants in this group will learn to use scripture to build faith and biblical coping methods for facing fear and anxiety.  Group members being controlled or held back by anxiety, fear and worry will be pointed to Jesus for comfort and increased freedom.

Virtual Meeting | 10 weeks Mondays 5:30pm
Weekly on-going group which you can start any week


This material for this group offers a clear explanation of anger and what causes it.  Participants will learn to recognize when they are sinning with anger. Additional content which will be covered includes; beginning steps in managing anger, methods to help control anger in your relationships and ten steps for preventing anger’s control in your life.

Virtual Meeting | 9 weeks Mondays 6:30pm
Weekly on-going group which you can start any week


This group will focus on helping the participants overcome disappointments and setbacks which have arrested or are presently hindering their emotional and spiritual development.  Participants will gain an understanding of how they can be set free to grow and become all that God has designed them to be.

Virtual Meeting | 12 weeks Tuesdays 6:30pm
Weekly on-going group which you can start any week


The emphasis of this group is on developing Christian character and drawing the participants together in a meaningful relationship.  The material encourages participants to stop thinking “those people” vs “our kind of people” as they learn to share their lives with one another becoming “US”. 

Virtual Meeting | 9 weeks Mondays 6:30pm
Jan 4, 11, 18, 25 Feb 1, 8, 15, 22 Mar 1


This group will encourage participants to focus on Christ rather than the behavior of their loved one.  Participants will learn there is hope in the midst of the pain and suffering as they watch the consequences of a loved one’s unhealthy choices. Group members will go to the Bible for direction on how to take care of themselves by keeping their eyes on Jesus.

Virtual Meeting | 9 weeks Tuesdays 7:00pm
Jan. 19, 26 Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23 Mar. 2, 9, 16


This group will deal with many types of loss including the loss of employment, loss of relationship, loss of freedom through incarceration or the loss of a loved-one.  Participants will identify the losses they have suffered in life and begin to understand the impact these have on the way they live.  As the group members share and search the Bible together, they will discover different options to deal with loss and disappointment in a more constructive way.

Virtual Meeting | 9 weeks Tuesday 6:30pm.
Jan. 19, 26 Feb. 2, 9, 16, 23 Mar. 2, 9, 16


It is an awesome privilege and responsibility to love and guide a child into a healthy and responsible adulthood.  Participants in this group will likely have a variety of lived childhood experiences ranging from loving and supportive to less than desirable.  The material will focus on God as our ultimate model for parenting.  Everyone with a child in their life who they desire to guide toward developing healthy relationships is welcome in this group.    

Virtual Meeting | 13 weeks Wednesdays 6:30pm
Jan. 20, 27 Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24 Mar. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 April 7, 14


This group will be covering the twelve-steps from a biblical perspective.  Anyone impacted by a life-controlling problem is welcome to participate.  The problem may be abusing drugs, gambling, pornography use or compulsive spending.  The participants will develop roots and steadfastness in Christ so they can confidently master the struggles faced in life.

Virtual Meeting | 13 weeks Wednesdays 6:30pm
Jan. 20, 27 Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24 Mar. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 April 7, 14


The purpose of this group is to see how some of the different character traits (perfection, determination, servanthood, passion & etc.) can be used in constructive rather than destructive ways in our lives.  Group participants will work toward better understanding themselves and building healthy relationships.

Virtual Meeting | 12 weeks Sundays 6:00pm
Jan. 24, 31 Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28 Mar. 7, 14, 21, 28 April 4, 11


This group offers a clear explanation of anger, what causes it, and how to recognize when you are sinning with anger. Some of the content includes: beginning steps in managing anger, methods to help you control your anger in your relationships and ten steps for preventing anger’s control in your life.

Virtual Meeting | 9 weeks Mondays 5:30pm
Feb. 22 Mar. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 April 5, 12, 19


Prayer Ministry Team
Prayer is one of the most vital tools we have as believers. It is what Christian people do to lift each other up and follow the path that Jesus walked.
Hope’s Prayer Ministry Team is devoted to prayer. They receive prayer requests by email or regular mail twice a week and they thoughtfully pray and lift up the concerns of our church family to God.
Please consider joining us in prayer by letting us know you’d like to be a Prayer Warrior. Contact Barb by emailing hopecare@fargohope.org or prayer@fargohope.org or simply call 701.235.6629. 
Monthly Prayer Ministry
Date/Time: TBD
Remembering each other in prayer is one of the greatest privileges in ministry. The Monthly Prayer time is an opportunity to lift up the concerns in our lives and the life of our church. 
Questions? Contact Judy at jsiegle@fargohope.org or call 701.235.6629, x241

Meals That Heal
Food is one way to share Christs love and our care for one another. Jesus uses food to heal and bring a word of promise to His church in the Lord’s Supper. Not only is the love of God shared in the Lord’s Supper, but whenever we care for one another. We need volunteers to prepare and deliver meals to those struggling with serious life challenges. Contact Barb at hopecare@fargohope.org or call 701.235.6629 for more information about how to get involved.
Creative Ministries
“Out of the believer’s heart shall flow rivers of living water.” John 7:38
Make a Lutheran World Relief Quilt
Make quilts to donate locally and globally. All who are interested in quilting are welcome. No experience necessary. Quilts can be made of recycled materials. Donations of mattress pads, sheets, drapes, and jeans can be brought to either campus.
North Campus: NC in-person gatherings are on hold. Please continue to work on quilts at home.
South Campus: Tuesdays each week, 9:30am
Prayer Shawls
NeedleWorks knitters and crocheters create shawls infused with prayers, which are delivered to people who are hospitalized or home-bound. Prayer shawls are given as a loving reminder of God’s presence. Join us! Shawls, washcloths, Afghans, scarves and pot holders can be made at home and dropped off at either campus if you aren’t able to attend a gathering.
North Campus and Off-site gatherings are on hold. Please continue to work on shawls at home.
Contact: Nicki at garyalmquist1@gmail.com
Visitation Ministry

The book of Acts tells us that it is the task of all Christians to care for one another, and we do just that in many and various ways through HopeCare. We invite you to share your time, talent, energy and God-given gifts to engage in our Visitation Ministry. A few short hours a month in conversation and prayer can make a tremendous difference to those who you visit. It will provide hope and strength, people know they are not alone, and that God and His people are a very present help in time of need. Your visit will encourage all people to know the love of Jesus Christ. For more information or to become a Visitation Minister contact Barb at hopecare@fargohope.org or call 701.235.6629.


Please let us know by calling the Church Office at 701.235.6629 or emailing hopecare@fargohope.org. Our pastors want to visit and provide care. Hospitals will not notify us when you are admitted.  

Someone to listen…

Stephen Ministry is grounded in Jesus’ command to love one another. Through one-to-one caring relationships we minister to those who are experiencing; loss of a loved one, loneliness, discouragement, job crisis, spiritual crisis, birth, adoption, miscarriage, infertility, separation, divorce, recovery after an accident or disaster, terminal illness, incarceration.
We invite you to become a Stephen Minister. Consider the opportunity to strengthen your relationships while you help others grow in their faith by becoming a Stephen Minister.


  • To connect with a Stephen Minister
  • To become a Stephen Minister

Become Involved in Something That Fills Your Heart and Gives You Purpose
It will include training on:
  • Becoming a better listener
  • Setting boundaries with others
  • Being assertive in your communication
  • Identifying signs of depression and how to respond
  • What to say to people who are hurting
To learn more, please call Kim Youngquist at 701.235.6629, x221, or email hopecare@fargohope.org. You can make a difference!
Additional Services
AA & Al-Anon
YWCA Cass Clay
Urgent Needs
Additional information about assisted living
opportunities in North Dakota