Rev. Glen Lutz


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Glen_LutzRev. Glen Lutz

National Day of Prayer


Richmond, VA



Glen Bailey Lutz was born in Winchester, Virginia on July 9, 1942. He made his profession of faith in the Evangelical United Brethren Church there at age 10. After graduating from Handley High School, he went to the University of Richmond and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business. He was employed as an accountant and business teacher for six years. He and his future wife Kay attended Hatcher Memorial Baptist in Richmond where they were married and he was ordained as a deacon. Glen has served two churches as an intentional interim pastor, the last one being in Scottsburg, VA. At his home church, Bon Air Baptist Church, he is the teacher of a senior men’s class.

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In 1967 Glen felt God calling him into full time Christian ministry. He graduated from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas in 1969 with a Master of Religious Education degree.

While serving as Minister of Education at North Jacksonville Baptist Church in Florida, he was ordained to the gospel ministry at Hatcher Memorial in Richmond. He served as Associate Pastor of First Baptist Church, Naples, Florida and went on to graduate from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky with a Master of Divinity degree in 1979. Since then he served Virginia Baptist Churches as Pastor at Northside in Fredericksburg for ten years, Riverdale in Hampton, Antioch in Red Oak, and Zion in Skippers for nine years. In 2004 he retired from the full-time pastorate and moved to Richmond. He has completed one intentional interim program at Bethel Church in Reva, VA in 2006, a traditional interim at Scottsburg Baptist Church in Scottsburg, VA in 2009 and is now serving Bethel Church in Scottsburg as their intentional interim pastor.

Glen has been involved with the National Day of Prayer for 10 years and became the Virginia State Coordinator in 2005. He is a member of BonAir Baptist Church in Richmond, VA where he is co-president of the PrimeTimers, a Senior Ministry and is active in the prayer ministry.

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