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.
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!
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
Join us for a breakfast full of laughs, joy, conversation, and of course egg casserole!! Breakfast will be from 8:30-9:45 am on Sunday, March 31.
Our worship service will be at 10am. We will have Holy Communion, hear the story of Christ’s resurrection, sing Easter Hymns, rejoice with our children during the Children’s Message, and hear a sermon from Pastor Kate.
For more information about visiting our church and FAQ’s, click here.
(Unfortunately Angela Stevens has had a family emergency and will not be able to join us. We pray for her and hope she can visit us at another time. Thankfully we have found a replacement and thank Kyle for coming at short notice.)
Kyle Remnant, trombone soloist, will be performing at St. Luke Lutheran Church on Feb. 12- Shrove Tuesday- at 7pm. Join us in the Sanctuary for a wonderful evening!
Kyle Remnant is a Master’s student studying Trombone Performance at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. His Brethren faith is not only at the core of his music, but it has also led him to spread the message of peace and love. Kyle is a member of the Bridgewater Church of the Brethren and a graduate of Bridgewater College.
For more info,click here for the poster: Kyle Remnant Poster
On Sunday December 16th, St. Luke’s children gave their performance of “It wouldn’t be Christmas without…” Following their show and the worship service we all gathered around for hot cocoa, cookies and good fellowship.
The Annual Thanksgiving Dinner at St. Luke’s on November 18th was a delicious success. Thanks to everyone who baked turkeys, hams, and pies. Thanks to those who made their traditional family recipes. And a special thanks to the Fellowship committee, Property committee and their many helpers who set up tables, wrapped silverware, decorated, carved turkeys, washed dishes, swept floors and took out the trash. Here our a few of our helpers in action.
Some of our members have begun working on renovating the room at the entrance to the office area of our church. New carpet has already been installed- and now the floor boards are being painted and installed.
We look forward to having this room as a beautiful place for prayer and reflection in our building- stay posted for more details to come!
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: