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Welcome to St. Luke Lutheran Church in Richmond, VA.
on Chippenham Parkway at Custis Road, between the Forest Hill and Huguenot exits.

We invite you to join us in worship, service and love,
and we look forward to welcoming you as we celebrate the beginning our Lord's ministry.

Sunday, February 1, 2015

Fourth Sunday after Epiphany



9:00am Sunday School for all ages

10:00am Worship with Holy Communion




In Deuteronomy God promises to raise up a prophet like Moses, who will speak for God; in Psalm 111 God shows the people the power of God's works. For the church these are ways of pointing to the unique authority people sensed in Jesus' actions and words. We encounter that authority in God's word, around which we gather, the word that trumps any lesser spirit that would claim power over us, freeing us to follow Jesus.





Deuteronomy 18:15–20

Psalm 111 The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom. (Ps. 111:10)

1 Corinthians 8:1–13

Mark 1:21–28



Prayer of the Day


Compassionate God,

you gather the whole universe into your radiant presence

and continually reveal your Son as our Savior.

Bring wholeness to all that is broken

and speak truth to us in our confusion,

that all creation will see and know your Son,

Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord.



11:30am Souper Bowl lunch to raise money for the hungry







Sunday, February 8, 2015

Fifth Sunday after Epiphany


9:00am Sunday School for all ages

10:00am Worship with Holy Communion





In Isaiah it is the one God who sits above the earth and numbers the stars—it is that God who strengthens the powerless. So in Jesus' healing work we see the hand of the creator God, lifting up the sick woman to health and service (diakonia). Like Simon's mother-in-law, we are lifted up to health and diakonia. Following Jesus, we strengthen the powerless; like Jesus, we seek to renew our own strength in quiet times of prayer.





Isaiah 40:21–31

Psalm 147:1–11, 20c  The LORD heals the brokenhearted. (Ps. 147:3)

1 Corinthians 9:16–23

Mark 1:29–39


Prayer of the Day


Everlasting God,

you give strength to the weak and power to the faint.

Make us agents of your healing and wholeness,

that your good news may be made known to the ends of your creation,

through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord.




What's happening?

St. Luke Calendar

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St. Luke Newsletter

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Christmas Pageant Photos

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Christmas Eve Photos

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Virginia Benefit Chorale

sings for St. Luke


100 years of Choral Music

in 60 minutes


Conductor Steve Davis


Tuesday, February 3, 2015



Freewill Offering














This page was last updated on January 29, 2015