Immanuel Lutheran planning ‘Trail of Luther’ tour
The 500th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther's Reformation will be celebrated in 2017. The public is welcome to learn more about this celebration of the century and about a trip which is being planned to make a pilgrimage to places like Eisleben, where Luther was born and where he died, and Wittenberg, where he was professor and pastor.
The Rev. Mark Loest, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church at Frankentrost, has put together a tour that will visit popular locations of the Reformation and to sites other tours skip. The trip will include Mainz - to the Guttenberg Museum, and Worms where Luther stood before the powerful Emperor Charles V and would not recant his teaching.
A special presentation will take place Thursday, April 28 at Immanuel Lutheran Church in the Fellowship Hall at 7pm. This will be a great way to be introduced to the Reformation celebration and Germany.
For more information contact Pastor Loest (752-6413).
3-year Bible reading journey with St. John's
St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church, Frankenmuth, will begin a 3-year Bible reading journey and invites the public to participate.
The daily reading schedule will be posted on the church website http://www.stjohns-frankenmuth.org as well as the weekly calendar information printed in the Frankenmuth News.
For more information, call (989-652-6201).