Variations on the Latin abound. They all point to the same reality: we as part of the reformed tradition, hold to the conviction that the church must continually re-examine itself in order to maintain purity of doctrine and practice. Martin Luther began what is known as The Great Reformation on Oct. 31, 1517. This year marks the 500th Anniversary of that moment when he’d had enough of the doctrine of and practice of ‘selling indulgences’ within the Catholic Church. On this Reformation Sunday we will reflect on this part of our history, but be reminded Free from their past, free from regret, free from fear, free from self-limitation, free from old hurts and mistakes.
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