…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!
You are invited for worship on Easter Sunday, 2014! Bring your family and friends for this special day in the life of the church- and in your life as a child of the living God! Worship will be at 10am, with breakfast and fellowship at 9am. Click for FAQ’s and directions. Join us as we proclaim loud and strong: Christ is risen! He is risen indeed, Alleluia!
Below are opportunities from Spiritual Care Support Ministries…some are held in our building!
Individual Counseling is available on Mondays in Culpeper at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 1200 Old Rixeyville Road, Culpeper, VA. All services are free. Learn more at www.scsm.tv or call Chaplain Liz Danielsen at 540/349-5814 for information and appointments. Sponsored by Spiritual Care Support Ministries, 76 W. Shirley Ave., Warrenton, VA.
We had a full house at Jane Griffith’s for our Christmas L.A.F.F. Luncheon on Wednesday December 19th. We enjoyed a feast of good food, sang Christmas songs and played Christmas Bingo. Everyone was a winner that day.
A merry group of St Luke Carolers headed out to bring cheer to the Amerisist house and to the house of one of our members. Estelle accompanied the wonderful singing on the dobro and Mary Frances kept us on-key on piano. We wish you a Merry Christmas!
Happy St. Luke Day! Today, October 18, is the commemoration of Luke, the Evangelist, for whom our congregation is named!Luke is known for being a faithful writer, physician, apostle and historian. You can read more about this faithful servant at Wikipedia or here.
Almighty God, who inspired your servant Luke the physician to declare in the Gospel the love and healing power of your Son: Graciously continue in your church the same love and power to heal, to the praise and glory of your Name; through your Son Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. When have you seen a “Saint Luke” moment of love or healing in our church? Take a few moments today to call another person in our church and share!
This Sunday we will hear, “Jesus, looking at him, loved him and said, “You lack one thing; go, sell what you own, and give the money to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven; then come, follow me.”
This is a tough teaching, but one that invites us to lots of thought and conversation! How do we live generously in our society today?