Anniversary Service – September 23, 2017
Videos, Flickr Photos & blog posts
Read an article about the Anniversary service from the Catholic News Herald titled “We pray for the unity of your church.”
Courtesy SC Synod
Bishop Eaton’s Anniversary sermon
The Reformation 500 Task Force is happy to share a new choral piece by Dr. Paul Weber with your congregation. It is a setting of Romans 1:16-17 and includes a verse of Martin Luther’s first Christ-hymn, “Dear Christians, One and All, Rejoice!” The anthem, “For I Am Not Ashamed,” is available below for download in two formats: choral and flute, and flute alone
Common Prayer Service-October 27, 2017
An clip from the event with an excerpt of Bishop Luis Zarama’s sermon.
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The complete “Reformers Reading Romans” summer Bible reading plan.
Ever-Reforming: A Reformation 500 Cross-Generational Study is a curriculum with 44 weeks of study to be used with adults and youth. In addition to the curriculum, corresponding coloring pages are also available for download–one per session.
Updated: January 25, 2017
As an addition to the study, consider using Dr. Julius Carroll’s article “We Say that We Are Lutherans” to include the story of U.S. Virgin Islanders and Other African Americans within the ELCA. Dr. Carroll has retired to the NC Synod.