Thanksgiving Worship and Meals

Culpeper Thanksgiving Service

Thursday, Nov. 20, 7pm at Culpeper Baptist Church

**St. Luke Lutheran Church Thanksgiving Meal**

Sunday, Nov. 23 after worship, hosted by St. Luke’s Members

Culpeper Community Thanksgiving Meal

Thursday, Nov. 27 at St. Luke Lutheran Church, hosted by Immanuel Christian Ministries

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A Savior is Born!

Mark your calendar for Christmas Eve Worship at St. Luke Lutheran Church:

Wednesday, December 24, 2014, 5pm and 8pm

Invite your family and friends to join us for a meaningful Christmas worship this holy night.

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Advent Daily Devotionals

Click here to sign up for a daily devotional to be sent to you each day in Advent.  Pastor Kate is one of the contributing writers to this project that seeks to proclaim Christ all through the season!

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Sermon for Oct. 19

The Sermon for this Sunday is available here. 

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Sermon for Oct. 26, 2014

Pastor Kate Costa’s sermon is available here. 

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Sermon for Nov. 2, 2014

Pastor Kate Costa’s sermon is available here. 

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St. Luke Yard Sale- Saturday, Oct. 18!

October 18th from 9-1pm.  Come check out the great finds!  Funds raised will go to aid St. Luke’s Family Assistance Fund.  The Youth will also be selling Krispy Kreme Donuts to raise funds for their trip to Detroit.

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Sermon for Oct. 5

Pastor Kate’s sermon for this week is available here.

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A month of gratitude…

Giving thanks is an essential discipleship practice.
 

It’s easy to get caught up in our every day lives.  There are always tasks to be done, things to be fixed, groceries to be picked up, cars to be washed.  And yet, one of our most essential tasks as a Christian is pause each day to give thanks.

This month, we will take an intentional time to learn more about giving thanks to God.  In worship, we’ll hear stories of from the Bible about giving thanks- two weeks of “cautionary tales” and two examples of how to do it right.
And in your everyday life, I encourage you to find a way to give thanks to God every day.  Maybe it’s in a prayer journal, listing a new thing you give thanks for each day.  Maybe it’s on Facebook, lifting up something you are grateful to God for so that your friends and family can give thanks with you.  Maybe it’s in your morning devotions, beginning with thanks to God rather than a request or lament.
Giving thanks is a holy discipline.  As we say in the Eucharistic prayer, “It is indeed right and salutary that we should at all times and in all places give thanks to you O God.”  How can you begin, today?
Come, let us walk together in worship.
Pastor Kate Costa
Readings for Sunday:

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Sermon for Sept. 28

Click here to read Pastor Kate Costa’s sermon on Matthew 21:23-32 for Sunday, Sept. 28.

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