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A Church of Continual Reform

Martin Luther is widely acknowledged to have started the Reformation with the Ninety-Five Theses, which sought to offer reforms for the Catholic Church. Luther sent the theses to the Archbishop of Mainz, on October 31, 1517, a date now considered the start of the Protestant Reformation, and posted the theses on the door of All […]

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Remembering the Saints

On November 6th, All Saints Sunday, we remember with thanksgiving the saints who have joined the Church Triumphant and now rest from their labors. We will also remember those that have been baptized since the last All Saints Sunday. We will be distributing forms ahead of time, so if you have someone to add please […]

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Fall Adult Education – Peace Justice and Reconciliation

It’s not too hard to see why the Church needs to be talking about Peace, Justice, and Reconciliation. Everywhere around us we see violence plaguing our city streets, terrorism and fear trying to get a foothold in our national psyche, and the rhetoric of hate and division separating us in the elections, in news feeds, […]

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