On Wednesday, October 31, while little ones will be dressed up like ghosts and goblins, the Lutheran Church celebrates the ministry and the legacy of Martin Luther. Thanks to his study of God’s Word and his faithful witness to the truth, Luther transformed the church and society. I invite you to join me on Wednesday evening for worship at 6:00pm and a viewing of the PBS documentary, Martin Luther: The Idea that Changed the World.
Luther posted his Ninety-Five Theses on October 31, because he knew everyone would be in church the next day, November 1, for All Saints Day services. This festival celebrates the faith and the promise of the resurrection for those who have died and now rest from their labors. We will be celebrating this festival at our services on Sunday, November 4; we will also welcome New Members. Then, stick around for a taco bar and we’ll watch Disney and Pixar’s COCO, a fantastic movie about the Mexican/Spanish tradition of Dia de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead.
Consider yourself invited!
P.S. We’ve extended photography for the pictorial directory to the Sundays of November. We hope you’ll make every effort to participate!
To prepare for worship on Sunday
(November 4), you are invited to read:
1 Kings 3:3-15