This Sunday, we hear how Amos sees God’s justice as a plumb line- something that stays straight even when everything around it is crooked.
What does God’s justice look like for us in the 21st century, dozens of generations removed from Amos?
Caroline Furnace Performing Arts Camp coming to a Church near you!
Campers and staff from Caroline Furnace will be presenting God is in Control (by Dan and Nan Allen) at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church on July 14 at 7:00 pm. The musical, complete with songs, skits and dancing, is about God’s grace, promises to us, and his love for us. Campers arrive on Sunday and have 3 days to learn a whole entire production…and then the campers are on the road, including Culpeper!
For more information on Caroline Furnace Lutheran Camp, please visit www.carolinefurnace.org.
13 members of St Luke went to Caroline Furnace Lutheran Camp this past weekend to lend a hand! They moved rocks, cleared out streambeds, took down an old bridge and rebuilt a new one.
Here they are, busy ‘serving God and loving all people’!
Our children started a new unit on Joseph and his brothers this Sunday. Here are a few of them hard at work!