Reformation Day Forum – Sunday, Oct. 21st

Please join us for a wonderful forum about Reformation Day led by parishioner Pam Storrer and embark with her on a visual and narrative journey to Germany where she explored important sites central to the history of the Reformation.

A Little Background

Reformation Day is a public holiday celebrated in five states of Germany on October 31 each year to remember religious Reformation in Europe. It commemorates the event when German monk and theologian Martin Luther nailed his proposals “the 95 Theses” to the doors of a Castle church in Wittenberg in 1517. His actions sparked the start of religious and social changes in Europe.

Time & Place

During coffee hour after 10:30 am worship service

Grab a treat and a seat in the back of Cowans Hall

For a little help on where to go, see Directions & Location

In Pam’s Words

[su_quote”]Last year I visited many of the important places of the Reformation.
On October 21st, following the 10:30 service, will be presenting a slide presentation, as well as a narrative, to share with you the trip that I took to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the reformation.[/su_quote]

– Pam Storrer

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