Celebration Sunday: Re-Formation
Mark your calendars to join us Sunday, October 29 for worship, intergenerational crafting, food, and community on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation!
What is God saying to the church today? This is the question we ask ourselves as we approach the 500th Anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation this month.
Explore this question with us in worship with multilingual readings, Bach's powerful Cantata no. 126, "A Mighty Fortress," and hymns from Panama to Tanzania, joined by the Advent Chorale and a chamber orchestra.
Respond to this question after worship on your very own quilt square. Write on it. Draw on it. Decorate it. We'll stitch everyone's square into one quilt to unify our individual responses in a beautiful, lasting way.
This intergenerational activity following every worship service will include food and conversation, and be a time for us to grow in community by celebrating the past, testifying to the present, and claiming the next step forward. Let's envision our next Re-Formation together!
You can help make this Celebration Sunday awesome!
Here are three easy ways you can contribute to a special day for everyone.
Like food? Let's make this a real Lutheran potluck with foods representing the diverse people of Advent, and foods from around the world. Bring a dish or drink you love to share.
Speak a language other than English? We'd love to have you read in worship!