Come worship 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.


We are part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) in the Virginia Synod.


Our congregation strives to follow Christ's example by living out the great commandment "Love the Lord your God with all your heart, and all your soul, and with all your strength, and with all your mind; and love your neighbor as yourself." We spread God's good news through acts of service and worship and through lives of Christian love and prayer.


We are a diverse group of believers--bankers, musicians, social workers, teachers, public servants, business owners, parents--united by our shared faith in a loving God. 


Please join us for Sunday worship at 10 am! We are located at 899 Blankenbaker Road, Madison, VA 22727.


Come worship with us!

Worship Service

Our pastor is Rev. Patricia Covington

Organ

Learn about the preservation of this important, historic church:

Pastor

Hebron Lutheran Church

The 60th annual Germanna Foundation Conference and Reunion is Thursday, July 13 through Sunday July 16, 2017. This is the most important Germanna Foundation event of the year and this year they are celebrating the 300th anniversary of the arrival of the 1717 Second Germanna Colony -- the people who formed and built the Hebron Lutheran Church in Madison, Virginia. You do not have to be a member to attend.

HLC Foundation

Madison, Virginia

Coffee Hour

10 am

Upcoming Event

9 am

Christian Education

About Hebron Lutheran

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.

Historic Organ