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On October 31st , 1517 an unknown monk from a backwater town in Saxony nailed 95 Theses for debate concerning the selling of indulgences. That swing of the hammer changed the world forever. Martin Luther had unknowingly just started what would be known as the Protestant Reformation, and would lead a return to grace and to the truth of the Bible's teachings.
October 31st, 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the start of the Reformation! Join us for a special worship service on the following Sunday, November 5th, to thank God for the blessings he's given to his Church in this return to the sure foundation of God's Word! By God's grace we are still proclaiming the gospel of salvation in Christ--as Luther taught--by grace alone, through faith alone, in Scripture alone!