• 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...

  • A Loving Letter to Baltimore

      A loving Letter to Baltimore, and our friends at Amazing Grace Lutheran Church, from Pastor Karen Brau, Luther Place Church, DC. September 22, 2019. Greetings! I write to you, Dear Amazing Grace Church, from where I now have served as a pastor for over 10 years, Luther Place Church,...

  • Support the Lutheran Volunteer Corps!

    Support the work of Lutheran Volunteer Corps (LVC) in honor of its 40th Anniversary! LVC places Volunteers in full-time positions at social justice organizations. LVC also provides programming and facilitates dialogue around oppression, racism, and privilege, while encouraging Volunteers to live simply and sustainably and explore spirituality and vocation in the context of...

  • Reflections on the 2019 ALCM Conference

    Posted by Justin Fitch, Director of Music Ministry “The Association of Lutheran Church Musicians nurtures and equips musicians to serve and lead the church’s song” During the last week of June, I had the privilege of attending the ALCM’s biennial conference held in Portland, Oregon. Before anything else, I must...

  • Meet Kevin Wallace, Our New Sexton

    The personnel committee is happy to introduce Kevin Wallace as Luther Place’s new sexton. Kevin is a military veteran and hales from the Eastern Shore of Maryland where he worked residential and commercial building trades for nearly 20 years, focusing on building and facilities maintenance the past 11 years. Kevin...

  • Lenten Devotional – April 17, 2019

    By: Pastor Karen Brau Readings: Isaiah 50:4-9a; Hebrews 12:1-3; John 13:21-32; Psalm 70 (1) Through these Lenten Days, I wonder if God has given you the tongue of a teacher (Isaiah 58: 1- 12)? What can you share with another person about resilience? Where have you opened to God in this...

  • Lenten Devotional – April 16, 2019

    By: Eddy Ameen Readings: Isaiah 49:1-7; 1 Corinthians 1:18-31; John 12:20-36; Psalm 71:1-14 (6) I attended a Quaker school from grades 7 to 12 and once a week, we had all-school Quaker meetings. Our teachers guided us to “wait for the light of God to pass through us” before getting up...

  • Lenten Devotional – April 15, 2019

    By: Quentin B. Readings: Isaiah 42:1-9; Hebrews 9:11-15; John 12:1-11; Psalm 36:5-11 (7) The American Baptist Church’s identity campaign uses the tag line, “Serving as the hands and feet of Christ.” The prophet just about said it thousands of years ago, “I am the Lord, I have called you in righteousness,...

  • Lenten Devotional – April 14, 2019

    By: Jackson Droney Readings: Luke 19:28-40; Philippians 2:5-11; Luke 22:14 – 23:56 or Luke 23:1-49; Psalm 31: 9-16 I think sometimes these days it can be hard to believe good things can happen. Every day it seems there is a torrent of bad or depressing news. Violence, betrayal, deceit, disaster ....

  • Lenten Devotional – April 13, 2019

    By: Bertha F. Readings: Leviticus 23:1-8; Luke 22:1-13; Psalm 31: 9-16 Reflection on Leviticus 23:1-8, Psalm 31:9-16, and Luke 22:1-13 As I read the three passages I was given I could not see how they related to the problems we were asked to address. Upon reflection of these readings, I found...