Reformationsjubiläum

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6. September 6-9pm and 9. September, 9am-1pm, St. Peter ́s Church, 619 Lexington Ave
Reformation 500 Lecture
Join us for two free opportunities to worship together, share meals, and learn from international Luther scholar, Thomas Kaufmann, author of A Short Life of Martin Luther and Luther's Jews. This will include Morning Prayer, lecture, and lunch at Saint Peter’s Lutheran Church. In this lecture, Dr. Thomas Kaufmann will address Luther’s theology as it relates to cultural and theological issues in society and church. He will give special attention to classic attributes of the Lutheran tradition: Grace, Faith, Christ, and Scripture Alone.

11. Oktober, 18:30-20.30 Uhr, Regal Cinema Hudson Valley Mall 12
Film Martin Luther: The Idea that Changed the World 
is a rousing adventure story of Martin Luther's life, following his bold quest for truth - a journey that would reshape the world. The new film about Martin Luther will be shown at the Regal Cinema Hudson Valley Mall 12 in Kingston, NY. Tickets must be purchased online in advance by October 3rd by through this site. This is sponsored in part by the Hudson Conference of our synod.

31. Oktober, ganztägig, 212 East Capitol St NE, Washington D.C.
Looking Back & Called Forward: ELCA 500
Please plan to join ELCA Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton on Tuesday, October 31, as she co-hosts a commemora- tion of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. The event, which will include speakers and a service, will be at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Bishop Eaton will be joined by co-hosts In- diana-Kentucky Synod Bishop Bill Gafkjen, ELCA Vice President Bill Horne and Metropolitan Washington, D.C., Synod Bishop Dick Graham. The event is open to the public and will be available online via livestream.

1. November, 17:30-21 Uhr, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, 1047 Amsterdam Avenue Commemorative Eucharist and Festive Reception  

Further Information and Tickets: http://www.mnys.org/events/?F_c=7
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