Reformation Day is the a day where we remember the great work that the Lord God did during the 16th and 17th centuries, a period commonly known as "The Reformation."
During this time the Lord raised up men who sought to reform the church as many errors had crept in over the several preceding centuries. Essentially, the Reformation was a widespread back to the Bible movement. A few of the most distinctive reforms are contained in the 5 Sola's of the Reformation.
This Sunday we will begin with our regular Bible reading at 9:30 am. At 9:50 we will then view a short documentary on the life of Martin Luther, one of the main men God used in the Reformation.
Our 10:30 worship service will also have a distinctive Reformational flavor. We will be singing a number of Reformation hymns and hear Mark Hamilton preach from the Scriptures on the doctrine of faith alone.