New Bible Study on Acts

will begin on Thursday, Jan. 22 at Noon.  Please join us- bagged lunches are welcome!  For preparation, please read the first chapter and the introduction to Acts in a study Bible.

The Acts of the Apostles is an action-packed account of the early church.  As you read, watch for the work of the Holy Spirit- deeds of power, fiery preaching, generous giving, and amazing prison breaks.  And, don’t be surprised if you find the Holy Spirit at work in your own life!

St. Luke’s at the VA Synod Assembly

Our wonderful delegation of adult voting members at the 26th Annual Virginia Synod Assembly. Thank you, Bobbie, Corey, and Pastor Kate for representing us well!

Kimberly and Tori, unfortunately not in this picture, served as our great youth delegates.

Thanks be to God for our church at work!

Christmas Services at St. Luke Lutheran Church

Join us as we worship Jesus!

Sunday, Dec. 9, 11:15 am- Decorating the Chrismon tree and Caroling

Sunday, Dec. 16, 10am- Christmas Children’s Play

Sunday, Dec. 16, 5pm- Blue Christmas Service

Monday, Dec. 24, 5pm and 9pm-  Christmas Eve Candlelight Services

1200 Old Rixeyville Road, Culpeper VA 22701

For more about our worship, check out our FAQ’s

ELCA responds to Hurricane Sandy

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Video message from Bishop HansonDear sisters and brothers in Christ,

God’s word of promise is given to all who are facing uncertainty, damage and disruption following Hurricane Sandy and its subsequent storms.

That word of promise is Christ is with you always. With Paul we can say, “If one member suffers, all suffer together with it; if one member is honored, all rejoice together with it.” (1 Corinthians 12:26)

As members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), we remain in prayer, responding generously and working tirelessly to rebuild lives, congregations and communities.

We are not doing this work alone. Through ELCA Disaster Response, we are joining with our congregations, affiliates and other partners in our shared commitment to restore communities. As we have shown in past disasters, we stay until the work is done. That is the ELCA’s commitment.

Please continue to respond with prayers, generous gifts of time and money, and the commitment to a sustaining presence. Visit ELCA Disaster Response at www.ELCA.org/disaster for updates, downloadable bulletin inserts, worship resources and ways to make contributions online.

Thank you for your prayers and generosity as we respond together and do God’s work in Christ’s name for the life of the world.

In God’s grace,
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The Rev. Mark S. Hanson
Presiding Bishop
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

10th Sunday after Pentecost- Aug 5, 2012

This Sunday we will hear “Do not work for the food that perishes, but the food that endures forever which the son of man will give to you.”  What is that enduring food?  Where are the signs in your life that God is already giving it to you?

Readings for Sunday:

Pentecost Sunday, 2012

We read in the Book of Acts that at Pentecost, Jews from every corner of the known world were gathered together, and they all heard in their own languages the disciples speaking of the good news of Jesus!  They could all understand!

This Sunday, during our worship service at 10am, we will have a special reading in many languages to celebrate this event.  We will also be confirming  one of our high school students in her faith in Christ through Affirmation of Baptism.    Please join us!

Readings for Sunday

Join us for Easter at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church!

Join us for Easter Sunday to worship our risen Lord!

 Services of Holy Communion at 8 a.m. and 10 a. m.

  Easter Brunch at 9am

Questions?  Check out our FAQ Page 

or email StLukesPastor@comcast.net or call (540) 825-8358

1200 Old Rixeyville Road, Culpeper VA 22701