Please join us for worship and Holy Communion every Sunday at 10 am - all are welcome! Masks and social distancing are required. Worship services will also be livestreamed and can be accessed here.
The Luther Forum, an adult faith formation group, meets Sunday mornings at 8:45 am in the Lutheran Campus Center. The Forum is intended to be a place where adults grow in knowledge and reflect on their own faith journeys. The group uses a common reading as the jumping off point for discussion. The fall focus of the Forum will be Amazing Grace: A Vocabulary of Faith, by Kathleen Norris. Norris is a poet, essayist, and memorist who writes eloquently of her faith journey. She invites her readers to engage with her in reimagining what familiar theological words might mean in a new day. The forum is open to all and persons may also participate via Zoom. Participants are responsible for obtaining the book, but if doing so presents a hardship please contact Bill King. You may also contact him if you have any questions or would like to receive a Zoom invitation.
Each Wednesday night in December during the Advent season (6th, 13th, and 20th) we'll gather at 5:30pm for a soup supper in the Fellowship Hall followed by a worship service.
Choir will meet for practice Wednesday, December 6, at 7pm.
Join us for an evening of music with a our holiday brass concert. Concert will be at 4pm on December 10, 2023.
Saturday, December 9, we'll gather together to decorate the Chrismon trees. Volunteers are needed. Join us as we prepare our church for the Christmas season.
The next class will meet Sunday, December 17th in the Fellowship Hall at Luther Memorial Lutheran Church. Class starts at 4pm with dinner at 5:30pm and class from 5:30-6:30pm. For questions or to discuss a class absence, please email your pastor: Pastor Monica, Luther Memorial: email@example.com
The Thursday morning 8 am Men’s Bible Study meets weekly on Thursdays at 8 am via Zoom. The focus of this men's Bible Study is to study the Gospel reading designated by the Common Lectionary for the upcoming Sunday. Please contact Bill King or Mark Pierson if you have any questions.
We gather in the church Fellowship Hall TV Lounge from 10:00 to 11:00 am on Thursdays. Our procedure is to watch a half-hour video lecture with ensuing discussion. Dr. Mark Berkson of Hamline University (Methodist, St. Paul, MN) provides expert lectures and a study guide concerning “Death, Dying and the Afterlife: Lessons from World Cultures”. What might seem to be a grim topic is treated with appropriate gentle humor and wisdom. Class members are excited about it! The first eight lectures assess key definitions, concepts and values while covering topics ranging from “Death’s Place in Our Lives” to “American Death Rituals.” The next 12 lectures range worldwide from Christianity to Judaism, Islam and other world religions and related cultures. It is an exciting topic dealing with a fundamental reality of life we try to ignore. Join us! Contact Phil Jordan with questions.
Interested in joining The Well Campus Ministry for upcoming events? Check the Luther Memorial calendar to find out what's happening, read the weekly e-mail on The Well website page, visit The Well Facebook page, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to receive the weekly e-mail about upcoming activities!
Peace and Hope, a new digital Synod Authorized Worshipping Community in the Virginia Synod, launched in June 2021 to provide a place for congregations to combine their gifts to provide digital worship and digital learning opportunities for individuals around the Synod.
If you are out of town for the weekend or are in need of a digital worship service, feel free to visit www.peacehopeva.org. Services take place at 10 am and 7 pm each Sunday and may be viewed here. Click here to view the latest recorded worship service. If you have any questions, reach out to Pastor Monica or Pastor Bryan.
All Places Together (APT) is a non-geographic community, based in Virginia. APT seeks to gather individuals who are searching for God in the wilderness of life, individuals who deeply want to connect to something beyond themselves, and individuals who believe the love of Jesus is embodied in all of God’s diverse creation. Thanks to Rev. Colleen Montgomery of the Virginia Synod for this gift of online worship! More information on this and Pastor Bryan Katz's Peace and Hope Digital Ministry...
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