Welcome to Hope Lutheran Church
Worship Services  

Services during COVID 19 

The usual services described below are being held with extra safety precautions described click here.    Services are also being video recorded and shown on YouTube one week later.    Go to and search on "Hope Lutheran Levittown" to see all the recorded services.    Sermons are also available for listening on this website.   Click on "Worship" in the blue menu across the top of the church home page, then click on "Sermons."    

Sunday Traditional: 8:00 a.m.

Worship in our sanctuary follows the order of Divine Service in the Lutheran Worship Hymnal. Holy Communion is celebrated each 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sunday of the month. Music is provided by our Organist, Adult Choir, Handbell Choir, and other instrumentalists.

Child care is provided by professional staff 7:45 am - 11:45 am.

Sunday Contemporary Service: 10:30 a.m.

Worship in our "Dufendach Activity Center" is informal (bring your coffee!) Holy Communion is celebrated each 2nd, 4th, and 5th Sunday of the month. Music is provided by the Praise Band leading us in a wide variety of new and well-known spritual songs.

Child care is provided by professional staff from 7:45 am - 11:45 am.

Why Worship?

We believe that human beings are at their absolute best when they are worshipping the God who made them.

For that reason, worship is central to our life together at Hope.

As we worship, we hear God’s powerful Word, we sing God’s praises, we receive God’s forgiveness, and we respond to God with our prayers. Worship is our most profound encounter with God. Worship is our nearest experience of eternity!

Holy Communion at Hope 

It's not just "communion" it's "Holy Communion."   That is an important distinction.

We believe that by the mysterious power of God, Jesus Christ is truly present with us when we eat and drink the elements of Holy Communion (bread and wine).  The Bible does not explain how this happens.  It simply says that Jesus offered "bread" and said, "this is my body."  Then Jesus offered a cup of wine and said, "this is my blood."   We believe that in, with, and under common bread and wine, Jesus' body and blood are also present forgiving us and renewing our faith.