St. Luke Lutheran Church

Grounded in Christ – Growing in Community


Come and join us this Sunday for our Christmas Pageant, with cookie reception after the service.

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 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.

Members’ Notice:

Pastor Fred posted on Facebook (Thursday, Nov. 18th):  “This morning at 3:30, Lesley, the love of my life, went home to God. No plans yet – still in a fog.  The Lord giveth, the Lord taketh away. Blessed be the name of the Lord.”  Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family at this difficult time.  The memorial service for Lesley Marcoux will be Saturday, December 11, 2021 at 11:00am.  Her church family and friends are invited to attend as we mourn together and again sit in wonder of Christ’s promise of resurrection. There will be a reception in the fellowship hall immediately following the service.

Welcome Video

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

Sunday, December 12, 2021
Third Sunday of Advent

Come and join us for our Christmas Pageant, at 10:00am
with cookie reception after the service.  Children welcome!


Christ’s presence in our midst in the wonder of the holy supper is cause for singing. The nearness of the God in prayer, in every circumstance, is cause for rejoicing. The coming of one “more powerful” than John, even with a winnowing fork in hand, is good news—and cause for exultation—for us who are being saved. Great joy is the tone for the third Sunday of Advent.

Readings and Psalm

To read the Scripture for next Sunday, please click here

To read the full Sunday Bulletin, click here

To watch last Sunday’s service, click below

Sunday, December 5, 10:00am
Second Sunday of Advent

Review recent worship services and messages from Pastor Josh on our webpageRecent Worship Services

Listen to our choirs, recorded prior to the pandemic:

Media button playAdvent Prayer

Handbell Choir

Media button playBring a torch

Chancel Choir with piano