Public welcome at Capitol Hill concert

A gala Ecumenical Worship and Choral Music Service is taking place Wednesday, May 31 at 8 p.m. at Lutheran Church of the Reformation on Capitol Hill. This open-to-the-pubic, free event takes place in conjunction with a premier scholarly event, “Luther Read More →

Call to fast on 21st monthly

Which are the hungriest days of the month? The 21st forward. Because 90% of SNAP benefits run out then for the most vulnerable families in the U.S. So on the 21st monthly while the 115th Congress is active, participate in Read More →

Reformation anniversary joins Catholic and Lutheran scholars

The synod has been planning an international event, bringing to Washington, D.C. a set of renown Lutheran, Catholic and Orthodox speakers from all over the world to talk about the way that Luther’s revolution changed all of Christianity. “Luther and Read More →

Easter message of hope!

“[If] in these days we live in hope, it’s not because the world around us looks like a hopeful place. We live in hope because Jesus Christ died for all the people of this sad, beautiful world. We live in Read More →

Countdown to Reformation Sunday

Short, factual and historical blogs on Luther’s life leading up to October 31st Reformation observance are packaged for us to share in congregation bulletin inserts, Facebook posts and tweets. Our writing team from St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Springfield, Virginia Read More →

Summer of discovery

Campers may swim, canoe, fish, creek walk, play games, hike, cookout over a campfire, create crafts, worship, pray… but will certainly be immersed in a summer of discovery led by caring counselors. “The Christian summer camp experience impacts campers in Read More →