We celebrated the 500th anniversary in many ways, from concerts and performances to lectures and parades. While the 500th anniversary is now behind us, the Reformation itself is ahead of us, each and every day.
Even as celebrations continue throughout 2018, here’s a listing of those events still happening, and resources still available to help keep the Reformation alive.
And if you have a special Reformation website or celebration you’d like us to highlight, let us know so we can share!
Concordia Seminary, St. Louis: In celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Concordia Seminary, St. Louis produced a series of videos highlighting how the Reformation surrounds us today through religion, politics and society. In “500: The Impact of the Reformation Today,” some of the world’s leading Reformation and Luther scholars share their expertise on the modern-day effects of the Reformation. You can find the videos, plus a poster, and other Reformation resources at reformation500.csl.edu
Concordia Theological Seminary, Ft. Wayne: Concordia Theological Seminary has a collection of Reformation resources, including lectures in the CTSFW Reformation Lecture series, articles, sermons, and more, available at www.ctsfw.edu/Reformation-500.
Concordia University St. Paul: Theme for the 2017-18 Academic Year is Saved by Grace, based on Ephesians 2:8-9.
Concordia University Wisconsin: Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation through a series of special events, Concordia University Wisconsin has videos, presentations, and papers that were delivered at CUW since the fall of 2012 available. Visit www.cuw.edu/reformation500 for more information.
Reformation 500 Events at Concordia University Chicago
Concordia University Irvine: Please visit www.cui.edu/reformation500 for Reformation resources, including brief descriptions of the story of the Reformation and the “solas” (useful for congregations), musical resources (new hymns and instrumental settings), and videos of lectures on Music and the Reformation.