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Reformation Then & Now Building Bridges of Understanding |A Commemoration|

Sunday, October 29

2pm - Spash auditorium - Free Admission

Five Hundred years ago the act of one person spawned changes throughout the world that continue to reverberate in our lives, our churches, and our culture today. Martin Luther's Reformation of the 16th Century is not about denominational affiliation, but rather about the radical love of God that builds bridges across great divides.

Join us as we gather to hear how we are all being re-formed again and again! This free event is open to the entire community. We hope you will join us!

HALLELUJAH! HOW GOOD IT IS TO SING PRAISES TO OUR GOD, HOW PLEASANT AND FITTING TO PRAISE GOD!

The people of God have always been inspired by music. Our program will include music from the Reformation period through contemporary songs performed by an ecumneical choir, brass ensemble, handbell choir, and other musicians. The audience will be invited to participate throughout.

Reformation THen & Now

We welcome Dr. Brian Hale, professor of history at UWSP, who will present on "Reformation Then." Dr. Hale is a local expert on the the Reformation, the Renaissance, and medieval history.

Dr. Brian Hale - UWSP

Dr. Hale's presentation will be followed by a panel discussion on "Reformation Now."

Congregations and organizations that have helped plan this Event:
  • Frame Memorial Presbyterian Church - Stevens Point
  • Franciscans Downtown, Stevens Point
  • Good Shepherd Lutheran Church - Plover
  • Holy Spirit Parish, Stevens Point
  • St. Bronislava Parish, Plover
  • St. Peter Parish, Stevens Point
  • Stevens Point Deanery, Stevens Point
  • The Beloved Community - Stevens Point
  • Trinity Lutheran Church - Stevens Point
  • United Methodist Church - Stevens Point/Plover

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Created with images by Pixaline - "these door castle church lutherstadt"

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