• Hospitality & Welcome–All Saints Room 

    Beginning Sunday, May 13, Coffee House will start at 7 am–welcoming anyone for coffee, tea, and lite snacks–and continued to be facilitated by staff member Angelica Lopez. At 9:45 am the Hospitality Teams will continue to bring food to be shared before and after the Worship Service. At 10:15 am–the All Saints Room...

  • Double-digging

    by Pastor Karen Brau Last Sunday, I preached about how we prepare to live a faith infused with hope, and I began with a story for my father about “double-digging,’ agarden.  Here is a simple You tube video about double- digging, please note the way this type of soil preparation...

  • LISTEN

    by Pastor Karen Brau The last blog I wrote was in the summer when I was packing up to leave for a 3 month Sabbatical from September 1 – December 1.  My packing included the blue ceramic handmade tile with the word LISTEN, on it.   This tile was a gift...

  • Congregational Budget Meeting, Sunday, December 9, 2018, 12 pm

    The Congregation Council unanimously approved a 2019 proposed budget. All members are invited to attend a meeting to discuss and vote on the spending plan. Detailed information on the proposed budget is available below. Council members will also be available to speak with members about the budget before worship on the Sundays prior...

  • Buy a Bunk!

    The Steinbruck Center at Luther Place will soon become a 54-bed, 3 bunk-room hostel with full kitchen and dining room. This will greatly expand our capacity for hospitality. We invite past groups and members of the congregation and community to sponsor a bunk and/or donate to this exciting transition. Please consider contributing online.

  • Dumpster Day, October 6, 2018

    Over the past weekend, alternative break groups from North Carolina State University and Gettysburg College spent the day volunteering with us. Often times, we connect our visiting groups with volunteer opportunities at other non-profits across the city. But this weekend, our very building was the service project. Forty young people...

  • Love Protection New beginnings Security

    Love Protection New beginnings Security by Katheryn Perry I came to N Street in August 1997. Undiagnosed Clinical Depression was the root cause. N Street Village was the foundation of the cure. Not just for me but for hundreds of women whose lives were interrupted by physical or mental illness,...

  • #IamLutherPlace: Katy Argueta

    How long have you been a member of Luther Place? I’ve been a member of Luther Place around 4 years (I’ve attended at various points over the last 8 years or so). How have you shared your time and talents with the Luther Place community? I have been a part...

  • Welcome Steinbruck Center Intern Emily Hicks

    Hello Luther Place Community! My name is Emily Hicks, and I have just begun a year of service through the Presbyterian Church U.S.A.’s Young Adult Volunteer Program. I grew up just north of Chicago, graduated from Auburn University in 2015, and have been working as an interior designer in Atlanta ever since. This...

  • Adult Spiritual Formation Discussion Series, September 16, 23, and 30, 9:15 am

    Discussion Series: “The Cross and the Lynching Treet” – Two powerful symbols — the cross and the lynching tree — are prevalent motifs interwoven in the lives of African Americans. Theologian James Cone notes, ”The crucifixion of Jesus by the Romans in Jerusalem and the lynching of blacks by whites in the...