Phone: 480-396-8300
Office Hours are Monday to Thursday 9:00 to 1:00 pm

All in person services are cancelled until further notice. The church office is open on Tuesdays from
9 to 1 pm.
Yuld address 3 key questions: Who am I writing for? (e "for a limited Welcome to iour friends and family at the Summit.

Our Spirit of Hope weekly newsletter is being distributed at the Summit each week to help share the love of Christ with all who read our articles. Messages come from our Seniro's Rock Group and Women's Afternoon Bible Study.
We Invite those of you to attend any event you might be interested in here at Spirit of Hope.
We look forward to meeting more of you.

Coffee with the Pastor ONLINE    
Every Wednesday
at 9:00 am

You are invited to join me on a ZOOM call… this is how you do this. Open your internet browser, Copy and paste the link below into the address line. We will go live starting at 9:00 am.

or call into the meeting, using your phone to one of the following numbers:
Please add – phone numbers =   1-346-248-7799

When prompted add the following information: 
Meeting ID: 640 106 1099

EVENING BIBLE STUDY - Every Wednesday Night at 6:00 pm

Meet at the church and we will be also be on line through the ZOOM application using the same log-in address as we use for the Coffee time with Pastor.
Pastor Tony will lead this Bible study and we will be studying the scriptures that will be read at the next Sunday worship service.
Everyone who is to be present at the church MUST be wearing a mask for everyone’s protection. Masks are available if needed.
If you are not able to join us here at church, please log on to this ZOOM video call on your computer or phone at 6:00 pm.
Join us anytime! or call into the meeting, using your phone to one of the following numbers: Please add – phone numbers = 1-346-248-7799 When prompted add the following information Meeting ID: 640 106 1099 See you there!
Morning Bible Study

When: Thursday mornings
Time: 6:30 a.m.
Where: Church
What: Bring your Bible and your coffee
A Word from the Women's Bible Study

By Dar Stucke

Jesus spoke to them and said, “Take heart, it is I, do not be afraid.” Matthew 14:27

  Sunday when we drove into the church parking lot for the annual meeting, it was like coming home. How I miss that church and our coming together to worship!  This Covid nightmare will one day be in the past and then we can safely come together again to worship and praise our amazing God. In the meantime I thought about our sanctuary and the picture in our sanctuary of Jesus on the water, reaching for Peter’s hand. I love that drawing and I well remember the night, when in a packed room, the artist brought that scene to life for us. It was a great moment of faith. 
  The disciples were in a storm on the Sea of Galilee. Not recognizing Jesus as He walked toward them on the water, they were frightened until He spoke. Then Peter said, “Lord, if it is you, command me to come to you on the water.” Jesus answered, “Come.” 
  Fixing his eyes on Jesus, Peter stepped out in faith and walked on the water. When he turned his eyes from Jesus and looked at the waves, he became afraid and began to sink. He cried, “Lord, save me!” It was a short prayer, right to the point, and stated his need specifically. Immediately Jesus reached out his hand and caught him, saying to him, “You of little faith, why did you doubt?” Peter had been filled with doubt and fear instead of faith and trust. 
  As storms sweep across our Sea of Circumstances and Adversity, we can either be overcome by fear and doubt and begin to sink or we can be filled with faith and trust and walk triumphantly on the angry waves. We can put our trust completely in Him. May each of us say with David in Psalm 7:1, “O Lord my God, in you do I put my trust.” Fear and trust do not dwell together. 
  One day at Sunday School the children were learning the song, “Trust and Obey.” The next week a little boy sang out confidently, “Trust and O.K.” If we trust and obey, everything will be “O.K.” When the waves of life threaten to engulf us, if we keep our eyes on Him we can face the storms with complete trust.  “I will trust and not be afraid.” (Isaiah 12:2)

Dear God, I want to trust and obey You in thought, word, and deed. For then I know, everything will be “O.K.” Help me. In Jesus name, Amen

Prayers –

We pray for those church members who are struggling with many health issues this week.

Continue prayers for Pastor Tony and Carol Scheer as they continue to recuperate from Covid.

Please continue prayers for Linda Vandenberg who was moved to Mercy Gilbert Hospital for further testing. She has tested negative for Covid but is really weak and fighting for getting better. Prayers are helping her and pray for KEN also.

Please pray for Pat Gursky and her son Alan who are recuperating from Covid. Pat was in the hospital and now home. Prayers for a quick recovery for both.
We continue to pray for Diane Thompson as she recuperaqtes from pneumonia and fluid and blood clots in her knee.

We pray for Ethel Robbins as she is struggling with COPD and other health issues that are causing difficulties to breath. She is now at home from the Hospital and resting.
We pray for Tom Snodgrass who is recovering from a stroke and heart surgery that damaged his sight and thought process. He is doing well, but has slowed down a bit. Pray that the Lord will improve his eye sight. Thank you for his energy and strength !
Marie Renda is now at home with huge amounts of anti-biotics and has at least 4 weeks to still go with this medication. Let’s also pray for patience and quick healing so she can return top happier days. 
We pray for Lynell Schleicher as she fell and broke her femur. She is recovering from surgery. We pray Lord that you give her patience and comfort as the doctors and therapist do their work. She will be needing physical therapy in the weeks ahead.   
Linda Wilcox is resting and needs prayers for peace as her husband Larry has passed away.
We pray for Jim Sanford as he is hospitalized with pneumonia and copd in Colorado. Give his wife, Diane, the patience and peace to know Jim is getting the help he needs. Strengthen Jim and heal his body. Give them both the will to fight this battle. 
Continue to pray for Linda Basler as she continues with her cancer treatments. 
We pray for the health of Barb Kearns, Frieda Pyles, Vicky Kuehl, Kevin Hicks, Marilyn Flood.

We pray for Diane Reinhardt fighting off the colon cancer. We pray you continue to feed her with a great attitude and positive energy. 

Prayers for Bonnie Gunderson's brother, Dwight MacMonagle, fighting the corona virus and Hodgkins.

Prayers for Carl McCoy's neighbor , Monte Lange, who had surgery for a brain anuerysm and has a long recovery ahead of him.

Prayers for Diane & Allen Thompson's grand-daughter who is pregnant and having complications.
Prayers for Rosemary Brant's friend, Anita, who is struggling with cancer.

Prayers for Herb Rauworth and family on the loss of his wife Sharon.

We pray for the spouses and families of those church members who have passed into the church triumphant this past month especially Sylvia Humleker who lost her husband, Finn Humleker. 

 Alice Lundquist haspassed into the Church Triumphant. Her husband, Don, passed away last fall. Please pray for Debbie Krikorian, daughter of Alice, and her family as they prepare final affairs for Alice. 

May the God of good health and happiness restore all who are struggling this week with the many situations people in our lives are struggling. Thank you for your presence and give us the joys of everyday life!

Happy New Year to all.

I just wanted to let you know the Justa Center picked up the household items on Wednesday the 13th of January. Because of your generosity, someone will be sleeping on clean sheets, pillows, and blankets. Someone will have dishes, glasses, and cookware to use. Another will have towels and bathroom items.
So thank you one and all.

Here is a picture of a van filled to the brim as well as a pickup truck.
Have an awesome day.
Our life should be productive and useful and we should always make a difference because we are alive. We are very lucky and blessed to be given this new day. We have to work so that we will have a successful day with many accomplishments whether they are great or small.
and Senior's Rock

Grocery cards Needed!!

People in our community are still in need for the basics to get through every day. If you are able, please pick up a few cash cards and bring them to Pastor Tony to distribute as needed.  

Fry's Community Rewards

Did you know you can support nonprofit organizations in your community just by shopping at Fry's? It's easy when you enroll in Fry's Community Rewards. To get started, sign up with your V.I.P. Card and select Spirit of Hope as the local organization you wish to support. Once you're enrolled, you'll earn rewards for your church every time you shop and use your V.I.P. card.
SOH Organization number is 80606

Amazon Smile

A quick and easy way to support SOH when you shop at Amazon is to shop Look for SOH and Amazon will make a donation to Spirit of Hope Church every time you shop. When everyone does this, it helps give a little extra money to our church.