On October 31st, 1517, Martin Luther nailed 95 statements against the practice of selling indulgences on the church door in Wittenberg, Germany. With that act, what came to be known as the Protestant Reformation began. Once each year, on the Sunday closest to October 31st, we pause to remember the work of Martin Luther and, in particular, the understanding that we are saved by God’s grace through faith alone, not as a result of any good works that we do. Come and join us as we remember Luther and the Reformation, and to be reminded that we are always in need of reformation in our lives and the church. Remember to wear red, symbolic of the work of the Holy Spirit!
On behalf of Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church I want to welcome you to our church and this website. Whether you are a long time Lutheran, from a different faith tradition, exploring your own understandings of God, looking for something for your kids, or simply curious, you are more than welcome at Our Saviour’s. Feel free to explore our website.