Reformation Sunday 2022

On Sunday, October 30th, we will remember how the Lord worked in the Reformation!

This year, we join Christians and churches around the world to remember God’s grace during the time of the Reformation, to purify and prune the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ. Historically, God used a monk named Martin Luther when he nailed his 95 Theses to the church door in Wittenberg on October 31, 1517. From this event, and the Spirit’s leading of women and men in several different countries, the Lord brought about the Protestant Reformation, including Lutheran, Reformed, Presbyterian, Anglican, Congregational, Baptist, and Free Churches. Tracing our spiritual heritage back to the German and Genevan Reformation, our congregation rejoices soli Deo gloria!

At 9:15, all are invited to a special Adult Sunday school program entitled, “Standing Firm In Grace & Faith.”

Our covenant worship service will follow for families and all ages at 10:30 a.m., using our Reformation Sunday liturgy. The sermon will be from Ephesians 3:19 and Colossians 2:9, entitled “Solus Christus: Indwelling Fullness.”

We are pleased to invite you back Sunday evening at 7pm for our Reformation Pie Social! We will serve various kinds of pie & ice cream, and offer a special teaching program entitled “Denominations: Is the Refomration to Blame, and How to Unite.” Invite a guest and join us!

Reformation Sunday Resources

You can find more information about Reformation Sundays across America here.

Thanks to Ligonier Ministries, the award-winning Luther is free to watch for the month of October:

Remembering The Reformation” and “Reformed Ethics” are just two of the other free resources availabe at Ligonier. Meanwhile, you can find “Reformation Sunday” resources, especially the free Here We Stand: 31 Day Journey of the Heroes of the Reformation, are all available through Desiring God. Last, but certainly not least, see all the free resources from Zion here.

About blund

Brian J. Lund is minister of Word & Sacrament at Zion Evangelical & Reformed Church. You can follow him at his website or @BrianJLund.
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