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Come worship with us in person and on Zoom at our historic church in Madison, Virginia surrounded by the peaceful countryside in Hebron valley. The congregation was formed in 1717 by a group of German colonists who lived in Fort Germanna by the Rapidan river. They later settled in the surrounding Madison area and built their church in 1740. It is the oldest Lutheran church in continuous use in the United States.
9:30am Monday Sitting w/ Word at Parish Hall and via Zoom
9:30am Friday Meditative Prayer at Parish Hall and via Zoom
10:00 am Sunday Worship with Holy Communion in person and via Zoom
4:30 pm Wednesday Evening Prayer in person and via Zoom
ORGANIST TO PRESENT Moravian Hymns at HEBRON Lutheran Church
American Guild of Organists member, Roger Baggy, Organist at First Presbyterian Church, Waynesboro, Virginia, will present a program on history of Moravian Hymns, played on Hebron’s Tannenberg Organ, Saturday, October 9, at 2:00 p.m. Mr. Baggy formerly served as organist for a church in Winston Salem, NC, where he developed interest in the playing and singing of Moravian Hymns.
There is no cost for the program. Come and enjoy. Be prepared to wear a mask for health safety purposes.
The hour-long organ program will follow a gathering of Germanna Foundation Members meeting for a Fall Mini-Reunion at Hebron, 9 am – 2 pm on October 9.
For additional information or to register for the Reunion, contact the Germanna Foundation, 540-423-1700 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions may also be directed to Hebron at Hebronlutheran@netzero.net.
We would love to have you join us for Worship Service at 10am every Sunday
899 Blankenbaker Road, Madison, Virginia 22727, United States