Current COVID-19 precautions

Updated 12/16 Due to the rise of Covid cases in Anoka County there will be no in person worship through the end of January 2021.

The church council will continue to meet regularly to monitor and discussed the information presented by experts and public health officials. We invite you to watch the video conference organized by the Minneapolis Area Synod office with epidemiologist Dr. Michael Osterholm. [click image to the right] We will keep you informed of any changes right here on out website as we navigate these complicated times together. While we are physically distanced for safety, but united in Christ always.


Cross of Hope Lutheran Church, as a community of Christian faith, strives to invite all people into a deeper walk of discipleship. Rooted in the theology of inclusion framed by the Apostle Paul (Galatians 3:28) we welcome, celebrate, and affirm all people of every race and culture without regard to age, abilities, addictions, physical or mental health, citizenship status, socioeconomic circumstance, sexual orientation, gender identity, or relationship status.

We recognize one baptism in the name of the Holy Trinity regardless of where it occurred, or who performed it. We celebrate an open communion table acknowledging that it is Christ’s table and not our own.

All are welcome here. You are welcome here.


Inviting all people into a deeper walk of discipleship through

Connecting with God and neighbor,
Growing in Christ with others, and
Serving the world.


Our currently scheduled gatherings, meetings, and small groups have been moved online or temporarily calenceled to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Sunday Morning 9:30 AM worship services will continue via live-stream and in-person in the front yard at Cross of Hope through October 4. Beginning on October 11 we will be worshipping inside the building. Masks will be required as long as the Executive Order is in place.