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.
2020 Contribution Tax Statements

Tax statements for 2020 will be emailed or mailed by January 30th to those who gave over $500.00 in the year. If you gave under $500.00, you may request to have your statement sent to you.

Thanks again for all your giving throughout the year, whether in money or your time and talents. We appreciate everything done in "Making Christ Known" in our community.


Church Council is meeting this Thursday, January 7th. at 6:00 pm. Pastor is doing much better and getting anxious to get back to work at church.

The church is not open for services yet and the office is still closed. Church Council will look at when we will have services again.

Please continue prayers for all the members of SOH, and the people of the world affected by COVID.

Welcome to our friends and family at the Summit

Our Spirit of Hope weekly newsletter will be distributed at the Summit each week and help share the love of Christ with all who read our articles. We have added a few messages from our small groups such as the Seniors Rock group and the Women’s Afternoon Bible Study. Special thanks to Wendy and Dar for your input each week!    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!  

A Word from the Women's Bible Study

By Dar Stucke
January 6th has come to be known as the day of Epiphany. It reminds us of the visit of the Magi to the little Jesus. 
"For we have seen his star in the East, and have come to worship him." Matthew 2:2
And when they came into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell down, and worshipped him: and when they had opened their treasures, they presented unto him gifts; gold, and frankincense, and myrrh. Matthew 2:11
    The Magi had come to worship Him. This had been their one purpose—all else was secondary. Time, expense, the inconvenience of leaving home, the hardships of travel, nothing could hold them back. They had stopped at nothing short of coming to worship Him. When they found Him, “they fell down and worshipped him.”  Do we take time in this modern world to really worship Him, or are we so caught up in the activities of life that we neglect this? 
    Perhaps we need to take time to consider what worship is. It is often defined as the overflow of the love of our hearts for Him. It is a heart-to -heart meeting with God. It is a bowing before God in adoration and contemplation of Himself. It is ascribing worship to the One who is worthy. I once read someplace that “In prayer we are occupied with our needs, in praise we are occupied with our blessings, but in worship we are occupied with Him.”
    The word “worship” has come down to us from the Anglo-Saxon from which comes our word “worth.” When we worship Him, we acknowledge His worth. “Worthship” was difficult to pronounce, so the word was changed to “worship.” 
    The star which the wisemen saw in the east brought them to the end of their quest for they saw Him, the One for whom they had been searching. They fell down and worshipped Him. Although they saw Him, they didn’t say, “We have come to see Him.” They said, “We have come to worship Him.” They brought Him gifts, but they didn’t say, “We have brought Him gifts.” They had come to adore Him. 
    It has been said, “Many petition, some intercede, but few worship.” Do you? 
Dear Jesus, I want to be all in with my one hundred percent worship of You. Help me to grow closer to accomplishing that this year. In Your name, Amen 🙏

Prayers –

Please continue to pray for Pastor Tony and Carol Scheer as they recuperate from Covid-19

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

Please pray for healing for Frank Salazar who is struggling with Covid-19 and Don & Sandy Bethkye who are struggling with health issues.

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

Please keep Larry Wilox, Butch Schleiher, Alice Lundquist, Barb Kearns, Frieda Pyles, Vicky Kuehl, Kevin Hicks, Marilyn Flood, and Diane in your prayers

Prayers for Debbie Traynor's son-in-law's aunt Carol Villareakl and also Nick who is struggling with Covid-19.

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.

We pray for the spouses and families of those church members who have passed into the church triumphant this past month.

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 Spirit of Hope

We have faced so many challenges this year, as a church, in our family lives, and as a country. We heard so many stories of those in need, those who were on the front line working so many hours to help all those suffering from Covid, those who suffered the loss of family and friends from Covid and other illnesses.
But through it all, I do have to say Spirit of Hope has helped along the way. We have helped those behind the scenes as well as those that we all know needed help. We are blessed in so many ways we have to open our eyes to see this. You have opened your hearts and eyes to see the writing on the wall.
We still have challenges coming at us this New Year but as a Church, we will get through this, we will support each other as well as those who need us...
So now I have an idea. I want each one of you to write a letter to thank those on the front line. Address to the staff at Banner Hospital as an example. Let them know how much you appreciate all they have done for us. The sacrifices they have made. Just let them know we care. we love.
So I would like to take this time to thank you for all the donations for the JUSTA CENTER. You may have purchased a calendar, you may have bought a much-needed item. For this, I want to thank you all. If you have something you want to donate you have until Jan. 7th. I will be calling them up at the time to arrange a pickup. Since the church is closed at the moment you can call me and you can drop it by my house..

God Bless each of you
All these items were

purchased by you for the

Justa Center.


Grocery cards

It’s that time of year again where we find many people in our community that are without the basics to get through the holiday season. 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.