Noteworthy Events

Passover Seder Meal

Passover Seder

The Congregation is invited to attend a Seder Meal
Monday, April 10, 2017 at 7:30 pm.

Seating will be limited – please be sure to sign-up early!

All attending are asked to bring a food dish to share.
The Passover Meal is “food item specific” therefore please see
the details on the sign-up sheet.

Contact Jerrie Rosenfeld in the Church office with questions.


Welcome to Madison Road!

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First Praise Worship in our new church – a full house!


And it begins!

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And it begins!

Reformation Lutheran Church, 601 Madison Road, Culpeper, first services were Weds 3/8/17 for Lenten Worship!

 We’re eagerly anticipating our first regular weekend Worship services this Saturday & Sunday, March 11th & 12th.and Fellowship.

At 6 pm on Saturday evening, during our Saturday Praise Worship Service, the pastors of the churches of Culpeper will join us as we consecrate this new space for the worship of the living God. We hope that you can join us as well!

We welcome you Sunday morning for Spirited Traditional Worship at 8 & 11 am.


Praying for Pastor Brad’s safe journey

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Thank you for your prayers for safety for our Pastor Brad while he travels to Haiti early Tuesday Morning, February 21, and returns early Tuesday Morning, February 28. We know Jesus will touch Pastor’s heart and he will be such a blessing to the Haitian people. It’s ALL About Jesus!


Praise Jesus!

RLC Church Steeple

Pastor Brad and Brian Wortman observe installation of the Steeple at our new church building on Valentine’s Day! Brian is on the Church Council, and his company is doing the electrical, plumbing, & HVAC work.


Temple Talks: 500 years of the reformation

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Ms Ada Temple Talk Jan 2017

Elder Ada Foster hosts Temple Talks

500 Years of Faith: The Word at Work *

The first in a year long series of temple talks in celebration of the Reformation began January 28/29. Subsequent talks will be presented the last weekend of each month up to Reformation Sunday, October 29, 2017. Each presentation includes a Word from scripture, a scripture verse, a short history about Luther, a brief meditation to reflect on and a closing prayer, taken from ‘The Word at Work’ by Carol Geisler.* Challenges as suggested by the author for us to address in our daily lives related to the presentations will appear in the Weekend Special.

January Presentation: 

The Word is GOSPEL

The Scripture Verse – Habbakkuk 2:2-4

 ABOUT LUTHER the reformer.  Among his most noted contributions to the Christian world were his writings, lectures, sermons, statements for academic debate, essays, pamphlets,his catechisms, letters hymns and his unshakable stand on the Word of God. The use of the Gutenberg press enabled him to make his translation of the bible into German accessible to thousands of ordinary people, to the end they would understand the teachings of God’s Word.

FOR REFLECTION as believers, Ms Geisler writes; we should ‘compare the words you hear and read to the Word of God.’

The question we should ask ourselves is:   What is being taught in keeping with the Word? Is it all about Jesus the Word made flesh, who died and rose again for our salvation not because of anything we did or deserved but by His Gracious Love?  If not it should be., because like Luther,  that which should matter for us is the Word of God.

CLOSING PRAYER We beseech Jesus the Word made flesh to lead us by his Holy Spirit to read and study scripture. To help us  find the right words to share our love for him with others, that they too will come to know him as Lord and Savior.

Challenges suggested by the author:

  • What words have you encountered that challenge your faith in Christ?.
  • How you can use your words –spoken, on paper and on screen– to Glorify God?
  • How can you become more faithfully involved in the study of God’s Word?

Copyright 2016 by Creative Communication for the Parish, a division of Bayard, Inc. Used by permission.


Temple Talks mark Celebration

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The Reformation is Celebrating 500 Years of Faith!

Beginning this weekend 1/29/17 and continuing the last weekend of each month, join us for “Temple Talks” as we discuss and pray for our Lutheran faith and the world through God’s Holy Word.