Luther Memorial Lutheran Church

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 Worship Hours 

8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.

Celebration of Eucharist at Both Services


Luther's Lunch at 12:05

Each Friday Luther Memorial offers a simple meal from noon to about 1:00 at "The Well" (located off of Tom's Creek Road) for anyone in the community who would like to share food and friendly conversation.  Come when you can, leave when you wish.

Lenten Opportunities

  • Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper, February 28Join us from 5:30-7:00 in the fellowship hall for pancakes, sausage, and apple sauce.  The meal is free, but we will receive an offering to benefit the Interfaith Food Pantry.
  • Ash Wednesday Services, March 1—We begin the season of Lent with services at noon and 7:00.
  • Noon Lenten Worship—Each Wednesday in Lent we will gather at noon in the chapel for reflective worship around the theme, “Open My Life, Lord.”
  • Ecumenical Lenten Worship—Each Wednesday during Lent we will again be sharing food and worship with other Blacksburg congregations.  This year, in honor of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, our focus will be core elements of the Christian faith:  Lord’s Prayer, Creed, Ten Commandments, Baptism, and Lord’s Supper.  The series begins at Luther Memorial on March 8.  Each week we will eat at 5:30 and begin worship at 6:15.

March 8 – Ten Commandments – Mike Ellerbrock, preacher. Host Church – Luther Memorial, 600 Prices Fork Rd.

          Text – Exodus 34:1-9, 27-28

March 15 – Creed – Joe Carson, preacher. Host Church – Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 1303 Gladewood Dr. / Northside Presbyterian Church.

          Text – Ezekiel 36:22-32

March 22 – Lord’s Prayer – Bill King preacher.  Host Church – New Life Christian Fellowship, 130 Jackson St. NW.

          Text – Matthew 9:6-15

March 29 – Baptism – Linda Dickerson, preacher. Host Church – Blacksburg Presbyterian, 701 Church St. SE.

          Text - Romans 6:1-14

April 5 – Holy Communion – Joe Racek, preacher, Host Church – Blacksburg United Methodist Church (Christian Life Center), 706 Harding Ave.

          Text – Matthew 26:26-29/ Luke 22:14-20




Captain Louie’s Future Leaders -  Kipps Elementary School

Captain Louie’s Future Leaders is a service organization in memory of Captain Lewis Heslip, who lived a life of service. The group plans to complete 14 service projects during this school year. Projects are planned and implemented by students.  Louie Heslip was a beloved Captain with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department, and his badge number was 14.

This is the only service organization on an elementary level in the Montgomery County School district.  This project is facilitated by teachers, but the ideas are created and driven by the students.  Your contributions will be used as seed money for them to complete community projects. 



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