A monk by the name of Martin Luther, who was intently studying the Word of God, nailed his 95 Theses or discussion points on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. This event on October 31, 1517 brought to light the truth of the Gospel that had been hidden for so long, namely, that we are saved by grace through faith. To celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, we will be enjoying a special worship series during the 5 Sundays of October, culminating in our celebration of the Festival of the Reformation on October 29. Our sermon series is entitled “Justified,” and in each service, we will celebrate one of the teachings from God’s Word that were brought to light again through the work of Martin Luther, Pastor and Reformer. On Sunday October 1st, we will celebrate the Reformation teaching regarding the Word of God. On October 8th, we will celebrate the Scripture’s teaching about Holy Baptism. On October 15th, we will remember Luther’s teachings on the Two Kingdoms. On October 22nd, we remember our vocation or callings as baptized believers, and on October 29th, we will celebrate the Central Doctrine of Holy Scripture:  Justification by Grace through Faith.

Our services (8:15am and 10:45am) will include Reformation hymns and also special children’s sermons.  Come and join us at CtK as we devote the month of October to the celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation.