Welcome to South New Hope, located within the peaceful glaciated countryside of central Wisconsin. South New Hope Church was once a center of Norwegian American culture and religious life and today we are developing a bridge to these memories and heritages so that current and future generations can learn, embrace and enjoy these earlier days which were sometimes desperate times.
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Learn about the people who attended this church and are buried in the cemetery.
Read our newsletters for more information:
Monday, 05/12/14, 6:00 pm
Annual Meeeting of Trustees
The public is welcome.
Saturday, 05/17/14, 8:30 am
Meet new friends and renew acquaintances.
Sunday, 06/15/14, 2:00 pm
Blaine Hedberg, former director of NAGS in Madison, presents "Norwegian Immigrants in New Hope."
Friday, 07/04/14, 2:00 pm
New Hope "Crackerjack" Parade
Annual parade that ends at the location of the South New Hope Church.
Saturday, 07/26/14, 8:30 am
Workday on Church Building
Volunteers are needed and appreciated.
Sunday, 08/3/14, 2:00 pm
Violin and harp recital by Carol and David Finanger, along with a Hymn sing, with Jim Heiks, leader, and Joyce Polson, pianist.
Fall workday has long been a time of fun, beauty, and work.
Saturday, 10/4/14, 12:00 Noon
Fourth Annual Pie Social
Located along the trail of the Hidden Studios Art Tour, www.hiddenstudiosarttour.com. The Pie Social will take place on the cemetery and church grounds.