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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 look forward to welcoming you in the name Christ our King!

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Christ the King


9:00am Sunday School

10:00am Morning 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.




Ezekiel 34:11–16, 20–24

Psalm 95:1–7a We are the people of God's pasture and the sheep of God's hand. (Ps. 95:7)

Ephesians 1:15–23

Matthew 25:31–46



Prayer of the Day

O God of power and might,

your Son shows us the way of service,

and in him we inherit the riches of your grace.

Give us the wisdom to know what is right

and the strength to serve the world you have made,

through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord,

who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,

one God, now and forever.




Sunday, November 30, 2014

First Sunday of Advent


9:0am Sunday School

10:0am Morning Worship With Holy Communion





Stir up your power, and come! The psalmist's plea in Psalm 80:2 has become familiar to us in the Advent prayers. Isaiah wants God to rip the heavens open. Both cry out for an apparently distant, angry God to show up, to save, to restore. When we hear Jesus describing the coming of the Son of Man with stars falling from heaven, it can sound dire and horrible, not like anything we would ever hope for. But when we really look at the suffering of people God loves, we can share the hope that God would tear open the heavens and come.






Isaiah 64:1–9

Psalm 80:1–7, 17–19 Let your face shine upon us, and we shall be saved. (Ps. 80:7)

1 Corinthians 1:3–9

Mark 13:24–37



Prayer of the Day


Stir up your power, Lord Christ, and come. By your merciful protection awaken us to the threatening dangers of our sins, and keep us blameless until the coming of your new day, for you live and reign with the Father and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever.




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This page was last updated on November 16, 2014