The thing about anniversaries is that they just keep on coming.
And after about 500 years or so of paper, cotton and leather, a person has to start thinking outside of the box.
In celebration of yet another milestone for the Protestant Reformation, the folks at Grace Lutheran Church are turning to music — that old reliable standby that bridges the generations, cultures and now apparently different branches of the Christian church.
“To reformers, music was a very important part of worship but in very different ways,” said Laurel Sanders, the church’s worship and music coordinator.
“Faith Proclaimed Through Song: 500 Years of Reformation, Renewal and Reconciliation” will use guest speakers, visiting musicians and the occasional psalm to underline the common threads that unite people of different beliefs.
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