500 Years of Protest!
October 2017 Sermon Series
October 31 will mark the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. It is astounding that a bold statement of protest, made five centuries ago by a 33 year old monk and theology professor, set in motion the theological and political events that created our type of Christianity. In short, the church and the modern world would be a very different place without the influence of Martin Luther.
This is, ultimately, a worship series about faith/trust. Come to learn and remember and repent and celebrate how our faith, our trust in God, came to be.
A sub-theme in all of this will be the connection of our version of Christianity to the Roman Catholic Church. With all you (former?) Catholics out there, we think this will be particularly interesting. Here’s the line-up.
Sunday, October 8 – The Roiled Waters of the 15th century
Sunday, October 15 – Searching for Salvation
Sunday, October 22 – Church Authority (an oxymoron?)
Sunday, October 29 – Protest! 500 Years of Reformation
We will have Sermon Talk Back sessions after worship each week, so plan to stay a little longer if you can, to ask questions and go deeper!
Join us for this important season of learning and worship.