Worship & Music
The House of Hope offers a Sunday morning service in a traditional worship style at 10:00 a.m. A Sunday School hour provides opportunities for the whole family, from nursery through adults. Church bulletins are published each week which contain details about Sunday services and church programs. Special holiday services and times are posted on our homepage.
Click Here to view this week's bulletin.
To learn more about the liturgical year and special services offered at House of Hope (baptisms, weddings and funerals), Click Here.
Music on Sunday mornings include The House of Hope's organs, choirs, and carillon. The church has several ensembles for all ages, both choral and instrumental. The House of Hope Choir School attracts children and youth, ages three through high school, from both the congregation and the community. During the program year, special Elizabeth Chapel Organ Recitals and Summer Carillon Recitals feature visiting performers. During July, carillonneurs from around the world present afternoon recitals on the Noyes Carillon. Attendees listen from various outdoor locations and, in inclement weather, from suitable indoor sites. Click here for 2016 recital dates.
Don't miss this video-tour of the House of Hope Bell Tower with Carillonneur Dave Johnson: www.youtube.com/watch?v=AV4xm0G0IGQ
Aaron David Miller plays the four organs of The House of Hope: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3CC4iR0Mng
If you would like to learn more about all the instruments at House of Hope, please click here
House of Hope CDs
We have CDs that are available for sale at $15. Click here to view a list of the CD tracks.
- The House of Hope Organs
- New Music from House of Hope (November 2000)
- Choral Music from House of Hope
- For Thou Art With Me - House of Hope Choir School
- Aaron David Miller - Clamor (Featuring Linh Kauffman, soprano
- Aaron David Miller: J S. Bach, Sweelinck, Mendelssohn
- NEW! 2016 - Christmas At The House of Hope - This disk features the Motet Choir collaborating with the Bach Chamber Players of Saint Paul, harpist Min Kim along with organist Aaron David Miller and choirmaster Matthew Culloton.