Welcome to St. Luke Lutheran Church, Richmond, VA

on the corner of Custis Rd. and Chippenham Parkway between the Forest Avenue and Huguenot Road exits.  We invite you to join us in worship, service and love, and we look forward to welcoming you.  We are a warm and inclusive Lutheran community, with a good spread of young and old alike, and with members from diverse racial groups.  We are a growing church and understand that newcomers are simply friends and members we do not yet know.  We extend a warm welcome to everyone and invite strangers to become our friends. Our morning congregation generally varies between 80 and 120 people, and we have an active Sunday School for all ages.

Click on the photo of our Pastor to play a Welcome Video.

Listen to our choir:

Recorded during worship
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Bow down low – spiritual
(Sanctuary choir)

Recorded during worship

Media Play ButtonRiver Hymn – arranged and played by Pastor Fred Marcoux
St. Luke Lutheran Allen Renaissance organ

Richmond Symphonic Winds Nov

The 40 member ensemble, under the direction of Iris Schwartz, consists of professional musicians, music educators, college professors, and other dedicated musicians from Richmond, Chesterfield and the Tri-Cities. Founded in August, 1994, the Richmond Symphonic Winds presented its Inaugural Concert in October, 1994 at St. Luke Lutheran Church and continued to rehearse and perform there for two years. The Winds more recently performed concerts there in 2015 and 2016.

This Fall Concert will feature marches, American and British band classics, sacred and patriotic music, and selections from The Sound of Music. The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 804-520-1601 or email irisrick@aol.com.

Sunday, November 26, 2017

Christ the King Sunday

9:00am Sunday School for all ages
10:00am Worship with Holy Communion. 


On this final Sunday of the church year our gospel is Jesus’ great story of judgment. In the end, the faithful are those who served Christ by ministering to those who are poor, hungry, naked, sick, or estranged. In the first reading God is the shepherd who seeks the lost, weak, and injured and feeds them with justice. We gather this day to celebrate the reign of Christ and his victory over death, yet awaiting the consummation of all things yet to come. Acknowledging Christ as our merciful ruler, we go forth that his reign may be known in our loving words and deeds.