Refresh, Revive, Rejoice! A Lutheran Revival

Our Lutheran Revival is coming up in less than two months!  This is a wonderful afternoon of learning, worship, fellowship, fun and mission- not to be missed!

Click here to view the schedule and flier.

When: Oct. 6, 2pm-6:30pm

What: A revival of workshops, music, preaching, food and more.

Who: Everyone who is interested in praising God and sharing God’s love.

Where: St. Luke Lutheran Church, 1200 Old Rixeyville Road, Culpeper VA 22701


Praying for the families of Sandy Hook Elementary School

Our hearts and prayers go out to the families of Newtown, Connecticut, especially those who have lost a child.  Let us pray for God’s peace to be present with them even the midst of this terrible tragedy.

We will have a moment of prayer for these families during our Blue Christmas Service this evening (Dec. 16, 5pm).

Let light perpetual shine upon them, O God, our hope and our salvation.

Ordination this Saturday!

By the grace of God,
and with the consent of God’s people,
Bishop Jim Mauney will ordain

Cathryn Lynn Costa
to the ministry of Word and Sacrament
in Christ’s one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church
at a Festival Service of Holy Communion
on Saturday, January 14, 2012
at 4:00 in the afternoon.

Your prayers and the honor of your presence are requested.

St. Luke Lutheran Church

1200 Old Rixeyville Road

Culpeper, VA 22701

Clergy are invited to process.
The color of the day is red.

Rev. Andy Ballentine of St. Stephen Lutheran Church, Williamsburg, VA

will serve as the preacher for the day.

Kate has been called to serve as Pastor of

St. Luke Lutheran Church in Culpeper, VA;
a congregation of the Virginia Synod
of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Christmas Message from Presiding Bishop Hanson

Bishop Mark Hanson has shared an uplifting and encouraging Christmas message with Lutheran congregations all over the country.

We are a church that believes Jesus is God’s “Yes” to us. Our lives can be a “Yes” to others.  Click below to view the video on the ELCA website.

Chrismas Message 2011