Information about what a Lutheran is, what it means...etc. etc.
Reformation Day is October 31. So what does THAT mean?

For some free (!!!) resources about Luther and the Reformation, go here.

499 years down…1 more to go…till the 500th Anniversary of The Reformation. On October 31st, 1517, a little-known Monk named Martin Luther nailed 95 Theses (discussion points) on the wooden door of the castle church in Wittenberg, Germany. That set about the wheels of the restoration of the Gospel to the people of God in their churches, in their own language.
In anticipation of the upcoming 500th Anniversary, there will be many celebrations and observances. Central of course, to all of them, is the celebration that the Good News of God’s love (the Gospel-the central teaching of the Christian faith) was returned to the church, and therefore to God’s people. There are a number of resources that you can access easily to be able to learn more about The Reformation:

More information will be provided as we approach the 500th Anniversary.