Welcome to St. Luke Lutheran Church, Richmond, VA
located at the corner of Custis Road and Chippenham Parkway between the Forest Hill Avenue and Huguenot Road exits. We invite you to join us in worship, service, and love, and we look forward to welcoming you at 10:00 am on Sunday morning. We are a warm and inclusive Lutheran community, and worshipers are encouraged to dress comfortably (masks optional) and participate as they are able in the liturgically based service. We are a growing church and understand that newcomers are simply friends and members we do not yet know. Hope to see you soon!
If you are not ready or able to return to in-person worship yet, we continue to offer an online option for the Worship Service “Live” on our Facebook page at 10:00am Sundays for your convenience. The whole service will be printed in the Bulletin (available on this website), and you will not need any other book. The recorded services will be available later in the day, on this website (below) and on YouTube.
Click on the photo of our Pastor to play a Welcome Video.
RISE AGAINST HUNGER KICK–OFF
SUNDAY, JULY 17 11:15 AM
Hot Dogs, Burgers & All The Trimmings – $10.00
It’s time to begin collecting money to fund our “God’s Work, Our Hands” meal–making project, RISE AGAINST HUNGER scheduled for SAT., SEPTEMBER 10. In order to make all the meals for Rise Against Hunger, we need to purchase the supplies for making the meals and we need to begin now to gather the funds. What better way to start than with a meal!
Plan to join us after church on the 17th. It’ll be a great cook–out and we can celebrate Pastor Josh’s One Year Anniversary with us. During the “good ole Summertime” we eat nourishing foods from our own back yard gardens or farm stalls, or plentiful veggies and fruits from the corner grocery store. We are truly blessed. Take time to give to the Rise Against Hunger fund this summer so we can continue to give meals to the hungry all over God’s World. Donations may be made using the Donate button on this web page, then choose the “Rise Against Hunger” tile. Please let the church office know if you intend to attend the cook-out.
Sunday, June 26, 2022
3rd Sunday After Pentecost
We have no good apart from God. That makes Jesus’ call to follow him an invitation to freedom. This is freedom to revel in the Spirit’s fruit: love, joy, peace, and patience. This is freedom to not be imprisoned by anything that would keep us from the fullness of the life God has given us. This is the path of life.
To watch our Pentecost Services, see Recent Worship Services
Listen to our choirs, recorded 03/6/2022: