HopeCare
In Paul’s letter to the Galatians he wrote, “bear one another’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.” We take these words seriously and at Hope we want to care for you when you are carrying a burden. When life gets hard, loneliness and isolation compound the pain. Hope can break the isolation and bring the healing power of Jesus into your life. We do this through Stephen Ministers, Visitation Ministry, Prayer, and support groups.

The Living Free Insight Groups and Concerned Persons Groups at Hope are closed. 

To view a brochure with additional gatherings at other locations in our community, please click HERE.

Someone to listen…

Receive help from a Stephen Minister 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. Read more about Stephen Ministry Care. We invite you to become a Stephen Minister. Read more here.

Consider the opportunity to strengthen your relationships while you help others grow in their faith by becoming a Stephen Minister.
 

Contact

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

I’m grieving

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
Watch for upcoming dates this Fall!
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
 
Grief Fellowship
First Tuesday of the Month | 5:30pm | Applebee’s (19th Ave. N. Fargo)
You are invited to Applebee’s the first Tuesday of each month for conversation and support. We have a short devotion and prayer. Contact Nancy, 701-361-2833, for more information.
 
DivorceCare
Mondays, 6:30-8:00pm  |  February 4-April 29  |  South Campus  |  Cost $20
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 Survivial, Kid Care, Forgiveness, Growing Closer to God
 
Contact hopecare@fargohope.org for help or more information.

AA

NC, Mondays, 5:30pm
SC, Mondays, 6:00pm

For help call the FM Area Hotline, 701-235-7335. The FM Area 52 website, fmmeetinglist.org has more information about meeting places and times.

Al-Anon

SC, Mondays, 1:00pm

Al-Anon begins each session with a large group presentation and then breaks up into small groups. Childcare is available. They do not meet holidays such as Christmas, Memorial Day, Labor Day, etc.

ONWORD Together Support Group

For people and families affected by mild TBI/Concussion.
When: 3rd Thursday, 4:30-6:00pm, Oct-May Where: NC, Room 11
 
Contact: Nan, 701-364-5433 or 701-866-3618 (cell)  nan@onwordtherapy.com or 

T.O.P.S.

Taking Off Pounds Sensibly
When: Thursdays, 9:00am
Where: North Campus

I Can Create

“Out of the believer’s heart shall flow rivers of living water.” John 7:38
 
Make quilts to donate locally and globally. All who are interested in quilting are welcome. No experience necessary. Quilts are made of recycled materials. Donations of mattress pads, sheets, drapes, and jeans can be brought to either campus.
North Campus: 2nd & 3rd Monday each month, 9:00am (except December)
South Campus: Tuesdays each week, 9:30am (Sept-May)
 
Prayer Shawls | Prayer Shawl Instructions
NeedleWorks knitters & crocheters create shawls infused with prayers, which are delivered to people who are hospitalized or homebound. Prayer shawls are given as a loving reminder of God’s presence. Join us! Shawls, washcloths, Afghans, hats, 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: 1st Monday, 7:00-9:00pm
Off-site: 3rd Monday, 7:00-9:00pm
Contact: Nicki at garyalmquist1@gmail.com