Lutherans embrace the teaching of Martin Luther, a 16th century monk and preacher who began the reformation of the church. We are named after him in honor of what he taught us about the love and forgiveness of God. Luther taught that we can do nothing to get to heaven. God is the one who forgives us and welcomes us into life eternal. Because we are forgiven and loved, we are called to act as a follower, not to get into heaven, but out of thanks for what we are given.

Our church is part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, a church body of 5 million people from around the United States. We are also part of the Virginia Synod which has 150 parishes throughout the state of Virginia.

Our worship bulletin has all the worship information in it making it easy to follow along. This is done to make worship with us as simple and easy to follow as possible. We use the ELW (Evangelical Lutheran Worship) which can be found in front of you in the pew. There are also ushers and your neighbors in worship who would be more than happy to help out!

Our community is a group of wanders all seeking God at different stages in life and faith. We are all on a journey from lost to found. We welcome all people, wherever they may be. Join us as we tackle questions and seek God together in a prayerful and intentional community.

All children are welcome in our community gatherings and in worship. We are a young church and are used to the delightful sounds of youth in our midst. Should your child need a break, we also offer a nursery staffed by leaders who will provide a safe place of care. In addition you will find activity bags for the children to use during worship.
Prior to worship we offer Sunday School programs for all ages beginning at 9:00 am. The nursery is open and staffed from 9:45-11:15 am for children. We also have an active youth program for 5th through 12th graders that meets on many Sundays and attends weekend retreats and programs year round.