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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
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Readings for this week:
O God, Wisdom of the universe,
you bear the pain of your people.
Grant us the gift of wisdom,
that we may discern your way
and live justly and graciously
amid the struggles of this world. Amen.
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.
This coming Sunday is Trinity Sunday. This prayer was written in the 14th Century and evokes the image of God as Trinity in a beautiful way as light, wisdom and strength.
O eternal Trinity, my sweet love!
You, light, give us light.
You, wisdom, give us wisdom.
You, supreme strength, strengthen us.
Today, eternal God, let our cloud be dissipated
so that we may perfectly know and follow your Truth
in truth, with a free and simple heart.
–Catherine of Siena
[Catherine of Siena, in The Prayers of Catherine of Siena, ed. Suzanne Noffke, O.P. (New York: Paulist, 1983), 105.]
Please join us this Sunday as we worship together!
Readings for Sunday
The bridge at CLFC is finished, thanks to our hard working and loyal St. Luke’s Bridge Builders! Check out the finished work below!
Our children started a new unit on Joseph and his brothers this Sunday. Here are a few of them hard at work!
The second covenant in this year’s Lenten readings is the one made with Abraham and Sarah: God’s promise to make them the ancestors of many, with whom God will remain in everlasting covenant. Paul says this promise comes to all who share Abraham’s faith in the God who brings life into being where there was no life. We receive this baptismal promise of resurrection life in faith. Sarah and Abraham receive new names as a sign of the covenant, and we too get new identities in baptism, as we put on Christ.
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6 St. Luke’s Youth and 1 adviser enjoyed a great weekend at Winter Celebration, a Virgina Synod ELCA youth event. Over 375 youth and leaders from all over the state participated at Eagle Eyrie Camp in Lynchburg, VA. The weekend was reinvigorating, full of faith, and surpassed expectations!
The theme was “Called to Peace” based on Colossians 3:15
Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, to which indeed you were called in the one body. And be thankful.