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Lutheran Reformation Series session 3: Reformation 500 years 1517-2017

East Rowan Area LCMC/NALC congregations present a series of five worship services concluding in a celebration of the Lutheran Reformation on Sunday, Oct. 29.

To listen to a recording of the session 1 message on Martin Luther, go to  www.SPLCweb.org, click on Menu, select Worship   Recordings, click on Launch Media Player, scroll down and select Reformation     Series-Martin Luther 2/26/17 and click on Play.

Session 3: 4 p.m.  Sunday, June 25, at Union Lutheran Church (NALC); speaker Pr. D.J. Lura on “Theology of the Cross;”

Session 4: 4 p.m.  Sunday, Aug. 27, at Christiana Lutheran Church (NALC); speaker Pr. Carlin Ours on  “Impact of Reformation on the World;”

Session 5: Joint Celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation: 4 p.m.  Sunday Oct. 29, at Organ Lutheran Church (LCMC/NALC); guest speaker Pr. Mark Ryman.

The first four sessions include a brief evening prayer service, the speaker’s message and refreshments.

The Joint Reformation Sunday event will include a full worship service with The Lord’s Supper, a combined choir from the participating congregations, the evening’s message and refreshments.

A nursery will be available at all services. This is an excellent learning opportunity for anyone, especially confirmation students and new or prospective congregational members.

Attendees are encouraged to bring personal Bibles for reference. Contact St. Paul’s Lutheran Church at 704-633-0922 for more info.

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