This year we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.
Roused to action by the corruption and abuses they saw in the Church of the time, visionary pastors and leaders like Martin Luther and John Calvin spearheaded a movement that sought to see the Church return to its biblical foundations. As far as they were concerned, the gospel itself was at stake – and that was more important than institutional unity.
The product of their efforts, under God, was not a new Church, but the Church “reformed” under theological convictions about the essentials of Christianity: Faith alone, Grace alone, Scripture alone, Christ alone, to the glory of God alone.
You’re invited to join us as we explore each of these convictions (and why they still matter!) during September & October at St Mark’s.