Beautiful music to celebrate Reformation Sunday!
Music, song, fanfare and “high church” mark our yearly celebration of Reformation Sunday. We treasure 501 years of Lutheran heritage since the start of the Reformation movement.
At PEACE Lutheran Church, we are excited to share with everyone the pageantry of half-a-millenium of being re-formed. Perhaps you have an interest in church history? It’s one of our favorite topics. But for us, even more importantly, we rejoice over the continuing expression of a living faith in a hurting world. Because even though we celebrate, we still will confess our sins, pray that God would gather us to grow, then humbly and happily get to work as He sends us out to serve!
Luther posted his 95 points of disagreement, or theses, on the Wittenberg Church door on Oct. 31, 1517. He was an Augustinian monk and university professor who wanted to reform the Catholic Church, not break away. Luther also was the first person to translate the Bible into German; he did that from the original Hebrew and Greek, which led him to be considered the “father of modern German.”