Lutheran Churches in Alexandria, VA

Find Lutheran Churches in Alexandria, VA. Listings include Southeastern District, LCMS, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Alexandria, VA, Epiphany Lutheran Church of Mount Vernon, SED Summer Outreach Conference and St. John's Lutheran Church's National Night Out. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.


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Southeastern District, LCMS A Southeastern District, LCMS
6315 Grovedale Dr
Alexandria, 22310

Connecting people with Jesus.

Immanuel Lutheran Church B Immanuel Lutheran Church
1801 Russell Rd
Alexandria, 22301

Immanuel Lutheran is a member of the Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod (LCMS) in Alexandria, VA. Join us for worship Sundays at 8:15 and 10:45 a.m.

Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Alexandria, VA C Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church, Alexandria, VA
6362 Lincolnia Rd
Alexandria, 22312

You're welcome just as you are. Your thoughts are welcome. Your doubts are welcome. We're all in this together. God is here, ready to connect with you in a fresh way.

Epiphany Lutheran Church of Mount Vernon D Epiphany Lutheran Church of Mount Vernon
5521 Old Mill Rd
Alexandria, 22309

We're an ELCA congregation in historic Mount Vernon, Virginia. We worship at 9:30 a.m. on Sundays (right now only online) including here on this page. We are a Reconciling in Christ congregation where everybody is welcome and fully included.

SED Summer Outreach Conference E SED Summer Outreach Conference
6315 Grovedale Dr
Alexandria, 22310

Southeastern District holds an annual SED Summer Outreach Conference. Former conference names have beenROC2, TTF. This two day event features workshops, exhibits and a main speaker. Currently we are in COVID transition and the conference will be virtual.

St. John's Lutheran Church's National Night Out F St. John's Lutheran Church's National Night Out
5952 Franconia Road
Alexandria, 22310

Celebrating with over 38 million people to a community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie.