Celebrating the Protestant Reformation

Three Weekends Celebrating

500 Years of the Reformation

 We will be celebrating 500 years of the Protestant Reformation the first three weeks of November. On these three Sundays, join us at 10:00 am when Amy Starr Redwine will preach on the Reformation tenets of "Scripture Alone, Faith Alone, Grace Alone." Then  participate in a number of musical and    educational  opportunities.


Sunday, November 5

“Martin Luther: A Journey to the Heart of the Reformation”

3:30 pm ~ Beckwith Hall

View this one-hour film, followed by a brief question and answer period

facilitated by Dan Garland and Amy Starr Redwine.

We will conclude in time to attend the 5:00 pm vespers service.

 Reformation Vespers - 5:00 pm ~ Sanctuary

Music and liturgy featuring J.S. Bach's Cantata

"Ein feste Burg ist Unser Gott"

performed by musicians from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music.

Sunday, November 12

Reformation Hymn Festival - 10:00 am ~ Worship in Sanctuary

The morning service will feature readings and hymns

that trace the unfolding of the Protestant Reformation over 500 years.

Marked by Martin (Luther) - 11:30 pm ~ Beckwith Hall

Pastor and Covenant participant Susanne Carter will share a highly subjective

recollection of life in the family of a Lutheran pastor in post WWII Bavaria.


Sunday, November 19

 Music of the Reformation - 11:30 pm ~ Beckwith Hall

 Music Director and Organist Jonathan Moyer

will speak about the music of the Reformation.

4:00 pm ~ Sanctuary - Reformation Concert

 Members of the CWRU Early Music program

present a concert of Reformation-themed compositions.