Reformation Celebration

500 years ago, on October 31, 1517, a German monk named Martin Luther started a conversation that turned into a reformation. It was centered on this truth: we are saved by grace alone, as received by faith alone, as revealed in Scripture alone, as accomplished by Christ alone. While we don't idolize Martin Luther, we do celebrate the work God did through him and our Lutheran heritage others passed down to us. So, to celebrate this momentous anniversary, we would like to highlight some special events in our congregation and in our area:
Augsburg Confession Bible Study

On Sunday mornings we'll take a look at this document which is sort of a Lutheran "Declaration of Independence" and "Bill of Rights" rolled into one.
Worship Series

Our current worship series that focuses on four key Latin phrases of the Reformation: sola gratia, sola fide, sola Scriptura, and solus Christus. Don't know what those mean? Come find out what God's word teaches about them!

Missed a Sunday? Want to share the message with a friend?  Listen to the sermon here.

Movie Night at Living Water

On Saturday, November 11, Living Water will be showing a new documentary on the life and work of Martin Luther entitled A Return to Grace. The film is about 200 minutes long and will be accompanied with snacks. After the movie is over, we invite you to hang around for an informal discussion where you can ask your questions and give your comments. Pastor Voss will moderate. Doors will open at 3 p.m., and the movie will start at 3:30 p.m. Look out for more information!

Reformation 500 Special Service
The Southeastern Wisconsin District of WELS will host a festival worship service.  Click here for more information.