You are invited for Easter at St. Luke’s

 

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.
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20th Sunday after Pentecost: Oct. 14, 2012

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?

Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost: September 30, 2012

Where do we put up stumbling blocks in the path of others as they come to faith?  Where is God removing those very blocks from our path?

Join us for worship at 10am at St. Luke Lutheran Church in Culpeper, Virgnia.  Thanks be to God!

Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost: September 23, 2012

This week we hear Jesus say, “Whoever wants to be first must be last and servant of all.”  What does it mean to worship a servant?  Who are you called to serve?

Join us for worship at 10am at St. Luke Lutheran Church in Culpeper, Virgnia.  Thanks be to God!

Readings for April 1, 2012- Sunday of the Passion

The first and second readings and psalm are the same this Sunday every year: Christ emptying himself of divine power and protection, willingly becoming vulnerable to those who struck him and put him to death. With Christ we lament his suffering and all human suffering, but expect God’s final vindication. Mark’s passion story begins with an unnamed woman anointing his head, perhaps to proclaim him Messiah, and Jesus saying she has anointed him beforehand for burial. Mark’s Easter story will begin with women going to anoint Jesus for burial, only to find that he has been raised, God’s living Anointed One.

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