Join your hosts Pastor Ed and Dr. Rob Reid on a 12-day tour marking the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
The pilgrimage follows the steps of Martin Luther, through Austria, Prague and Germany where we will walk and witness sites important to the life of Martin Luther and the Lutheran Reformation. The trip includes many opportunities for enrichment along the way. We plan a book study on the Reformation, some historical lectures, some lessons in speaking German, and some social gatherings as we prepare for our spiritual pilgrimage.
More Info about the
Reformation Sunday, Oct 30
There will be a luncheon and information gathering for registration, for those travelling and for those considering travelling, plus:
Minneapolis Institute of Art
Art and the Reformation
Following the luncheon, those interested will have the opportunity to carpool to the Minneapolis Institute of Art to view the Reformation Exhibit that opens that day. Please RSVP if planning to come for lunch and/or the Institute. All are welcome.
TICKETS ARE $10.00
If planning to attend the luncheon and/or the MIA Exhibit please RSVP at TLC
Transfiguration Lutheran Church welcomes all who seek to experience the joy of God’s love and grace. We welcome all because God welcomes all: people of every race, culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, and relationship status. Our unity is in Christ. Therefore we walk with each other through addictions, physical and mental illnesses, legal and socio-economic circumstances and other life challenges.
Wednesday evenings at TLC you and yours can join others for our family-oriented, intergenerational worship service with a complete liturgy, Holy Communion and music by the TLC Youth Band & Singers.
Plus. . .
5:30pm Meal in Fellowship Hall
6:15pm Worship in Sanctuary
7:00pm Education Activities
7:00pm Coffee & Conversation
8:00pm High School Hang
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