Service & Gatherings

Suspended Until Further Notice

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Our Online Church Service

March 29, 2020

with Reverend Ken Frese

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For 3/29/20

"Messages of Hope"

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Whether One May Flee from a Deadly Plague

A Letter from Martin Luther

On August 2, 1527, a case of the plague was discovered in Wittenberg, the city in Germany where Martin Luther lived and worked.  The prince of that region closed the university where Luther taught, sent all the students and teachers home, and urged Luther to leave as well.  But Luther remained in the city and was busy with the pastoral and practical care of the sick.  Several people wrote to him for advice on what a Christian’s responsibility was at such a time, and in November of 1527 he wrote a letter to a pastor giving his opinion.  This letter was also published as an open letter to all, and here are some highlights:     CLICK HERE


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