Hebron Lutheran Church
*The oldest church building in continuous use as a Lutheran church in the United States of America (built in 1740),
*The oldest Lutheran worshipping
community in the South (organized in 1717),
*One of four surviving wooden
churches from Virginia’s colonial heritage.
*A meditation garden looking over Hebron valley
*A handbell choir and adult choir.
*An active unit of the Women of the ELCA.
Hebron’s Tannenburg Organ is one of only nine Tannenburg organs still in existence and is the only one that remains in the place in which it was originally installed. It is in nearly original condition. The keys are reverse-colored and are made of ebony and ivory in a short keyboard.
Hebron looks forward to celebrating its 300th Anniversary in April 2017.