Come celebrate the Bright Star of Bethlehem this Christmas Eve!
Join us for Christmas Eve Services at St. Luke Lutheran Church
5pm Family-Friendly Service
8pm Service of Lessons and Carols
Both services will have familiar Christmas carols and candlelight.
All are welcome! Questions? Check our FAQ or our Join Us page.
We worship together on Sundays at 10am and Wednesdays at 7pm during Advent. Click here to view the full calendar.
St. Luke Lutheran Church, Fellowship Committee will host yard sale Saturday, October 12th at 9:00 am to 1:00 pm at 1200 Old Rixeyville Rd., Culpeper. Items for sale have been donated by the congregation. Park in lower parking lot, yard sale will be outside on basketball court. In case of rain, yard sale will be in the Fellowship Hall.
The Lutheran Revival at St. Luke is coming up soon! To register and let us know how many are coming for the meal, click here.
To see more about the event, check it out here.
Our hard working crew at the Cornucopia Volunteer Farm! They cleared an area for a new flower and herb bed. Can’t wait to see what it will look like in the spring!
For 25 years, the ELCA has been a church deeply rooted in faith and in sharing its passion for making positive changes in the world.
To celebrate our anniversary and our church’s commitment to sharing God’s love with our neighbors, our congregation is taking part in a dedicated day of service on September 8 known as “God’s work. Our hands.” Sunday.
9am- Christian Education and Sunday School Classes for all ages
11:15am- Community Meal in the Social Hall
12 noon- Pick a Service Project:
- Hymn sing at Amerisist House or
- Volunteering at Culpeper Volunteer Farm
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up at church to RSVP and join in the good work!
But when you give a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, and the blind.
What a challenge this week’s gospel gives us! To invite the outcasts- the poor, the crippled, the lame and the blind to dinner. Outcasts. Strangers. Into our very homes. To have a meal with us, in our house, our private space. What a radical message Jesus has for us this week!
What does it look like to invite the kingdom of God into your home? Who are those outcasts in our society today? How do we invite them?
Sermon for the 14th Sunday after Pentecost, Pastor Kate Costa
I heard this week that we have a team of golfers who will be going to play in a benefit tournament for Caroline Furnace Lutheran Camp. So, in their honor I have a golf joke for you this morning.
Join us for a special concert at St. Luke Lutheran Church at 5pm on August 25. This wonderful quartet will sing hymns for a wonderful evening of music. We will also experience Russell Wilson on our gorgeous newly acquired piano. Click the link to see The Millers flyer.