What’s NEW at Christ Lutheran Church?
A lot has been happening lately. We’ve seen an expansion to our building which included a new set of classrooms and administrative offices. We want to help you stay in tune with all that is happening, as well as keep you informed of the many ways that you can be involved. Christ Lutheran has many ministries for and ways that you can help in the community -no matter what your age.
- Altar Guild
- Youth Ministry
- Campus Ministry
- Women in the Spirit
- and more!
New! Weekly Devotionals
Wednesday Bible Study
Explore of the Gospel of Mark every Wednesday at 10am in the office conference room. Enrich your knowledge of the Gospel of Mark as well as enhance your worship experience. All are welcome!
The “Let’s Talk” group meets each Sundays at 10am in the couch room in the Education Wing. Join us for discussion and support related to our day-to-day challenges and spiritual lives. All are welcome.
This coming Sunday, the Let’s Talk group will watch the video, “Improving Communication” by John Gray (Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus). This event will be held in the Fellowship Hall.
News from Caroline Furnace
“The mountains are calling”–that’s the tagline printed on Caroline Furnace Lutheran Camp’s t-shirts. For 40 college students from across the state of Virginia, it wasn’t just the mountains that were calling them to gather for a weekend retreat; it was the fellowship, the escape from campus, and the promise of spiritual renewal. The students came from Virginia Tech, Radford, Christopher Newport, Roanoke College, James Madison, and Mary Washington representing their campus ministry groups. The retreat’s theme was one of journey. Friday night students watched the Disney Pixar movie “Up” which follows the journey of several memorable characters and their pursuit of accomplishing their individual goals. After the movie discussion on Saturday morning, students went on an outdoor prayer journey, stopping at four prayer stations where they met the woman at the well, doubting Thomas, the woman suffering from bleeding, and the paralyzed man. The prayer journey led them into worship, where students received personal absolution and communion. After enjoying lunch and saying many “see you later’s”, the groups departed for their journeys back to campuses across the state.