Reformation Sunday At-Home Service for Oct 25
Today is Reformation Sunday – celebrated on the last Sunday in October, Reformation Sunday commemorates the Protestant Reformation as well as Martin Luther, who nailed his 95 Theses to the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, on October 31, 1517, the eve of All Saints’ Day.
Join in the recognition of Reformation Sunday by wearing red to worship on Oct. 25
Follow along with the the Reformation At-home Sunday service.
Click here on the image below to view the at-home version of the service.
Pastor Rike’s Sermon
Reformation Sunday is really about identity. It is a recognition that theological content matters because it shapes people. The specific theological content remembered on this Reformation Sunday is that associated with Martin Luther.
During his life but even more after his death, Luther was regarded as a kind of contemporary prophet. He did what the Old Testament prophets had done. Prophets were the people to whom the Lord revealed a word or message largely forgotten, avoided, or rejected by most other people. By speaking that revealed word, prophets pointed people again to the life God created them to live.
Follow along with the service on video led by Pastor David Rike with music performed by Randy Broker
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