500 years ago this very month, a German monk named Martin Luther nailed 95 “theses” to a church door in the city of Wittenberg. And in doing so, he was lighting the match of a movement called the Protestant Reformation, which would change the church, and the world, forever. On Sunday October 29, Reformation Sunday, we’ll worship together at 10:00 a.m., celebrating our heritage as a Protestant church. We’ll sing songs from the Reformation tradition and be instructed from God’s Word about core Reformation doctrines. And lest there be any confusion, we won’t simply be celebrating the lives and accomplishments of historical figures that morning, and we won’t be focusing simply on what we “protest” as Protestants. Rather, we’ll be worshiping our Savior and reveling in the good news about Him, which was re-discovered and celebrated by those Reformers!