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Faith Lutheran Staunton


Faces of Faith
The stained glass windows in
the Sanctuary at Faith Lutheran
have been particularly designed to complement
the colonial architecture of Faith Church.

The technique of color and at is borrowed in part from the 14th century glass artists. 

John the Baptist
The Christ








The Epiphany Season
also known as Epiphanytide
is a l
iturgical period which begins on Epiphany Day, January 6,
and ends on the Sunda
y prior to
Ash Wednesday,

February 19th.


The John the Baptist window 

on the north side of the Sanctuary, 
to the no accident! 

This beautiful window

depicts John proclaiming Christ as

The Lamb of God.  
John is the forerunner of the Christ. 
After Jesus' Baptism by John in the river Jordan

Jesus began his earthly ministry.

The Unity of the church
is our inheritance!
As children or adults we are brought to the Font

and are proclaimed children of God!
We can rejoice that we are ALL bound

to one another in
the waters of Baptism.
"Prepare the way of the Lord!"
is the proclamation of John the Baptizer. 




Worship with us

SUNDAY:  Eucharist 11:00 AM

WEDNESDAY:  Eucharist 6:30 PM (Downstairs)


SUNDAY:  Eucharist 9:30 AM


St. Peter’s Lutheran Church

3795 Churchville Avenue,

Churchville VA 24421

Faith Lutheran Church
17 N Lewis St
Staunton, Virginia 24401

(540) 885-1444

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 Ukrainian Icon for Pentecost

"If the Spirit of him who raised Jesus
from the dead is living in you,

He who raised Christ from the dead
will also give life to your mortal bodies
through his Spirit, who lives in you."

Romans 8:11



Each summer, we look forward to 
welcoming the talented global participants

of the Staunton Music Festival!
Rehearsals and gatherings of the incredibly talented musicians and participants take place in our Sanctuary! The most beautiful music fills the air in preparation for the annual daily Concerts.


Faith Lutheran has a long, proud history of serving the  community of Staunton, Virginia. Through the dedication  of our leadership, pastors and volunteers, we are  committed to the teachings of Jesus Christ, and are here  to spread His message. We are open to worshipers of all  ages and backgrounds, and strive to lead all who worship  with us towards a deeper love for God.

Our Community

Music at Faith

Music at Faith


Our Church Musician,
Lynne Mackey, PhD
    came to play for us during the COVID Pandemic in March 2020 and continues to influence our worship life

with her extraordinary gifts.  


Through her friendship and generosity-of-spirit Lynne offered to accompany our Sunday Liturgies and

play for Tuesday Evening Vespers. 

We are so fortunate that Lynne has decided to join us on Sundays 

and each week as her schedule allows.  

Her many years as a Concert Pianist and as faculty at Mary Baldwin University has eased her facility to adjust and accompany us during Liturgy with superb sensitivity to the seasons

of the church year!


Lynne Mackey is founder and director of the Virginia Baroque Performance Academy. In Virginia, Lynne also tours with the Virginia Commission for the Arts.
Dr. Mackey holds her master’s and doctorate degrees from The Juilliard School and the Eastman School of Music, and a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Michigan.


Highlights of her career include

performances at Weill Recital Hall

and Merkin Hall in New York City,

the Banff Centre in Alberta, Canada,

and at the

International Gaudeamus

Interpreters Competition in Rotterdam.


Lynne Mackey's website

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