Reformation Baptist Church · What Should Christians Celebrate?
Why Reformation Day?
Reformation Day is a great opportunity to remember what God has done in church history. The Reformation has effected our lives, culture and country in countless ways.
Why October 31st?
On October 31st, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the church door in Wittenburg, Germany. This event marked the beginning of the Reformation, that God used to dramatically change and rebuild His church.
Join Us on October 30th, 2020 in Wake Forest, NC to Celebrate the Reformation!
Our goal is to gather Christians in the community together to rejoice and celebrate this anniversary, to learn more about what God did, and to have edifying fellowship with fellow believers.
Doors open at 5:30 pm, dinner begins at 6:00 pm. Late arrivals welcome. This will be followed by short lectures on Reformation history and Reformation themed activities for children. We look forward to fellowshipping with you!
Unmasking the Pilgrims: The Reformation Comes to America
This year is the 400th anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims. This year for our short lectures we will be looking at how God used them to bring the Reformation to the North American continent. The Reformation has had profound effects on our country, and the Pilgrims were the beginning of that. We will look at this in the context of the events of 2020 and consider how the Pilgrims handled fear in their society.
Reformation History Resources
2019 is the 400th Anniversary of the Synod of Dort, an international assembly of representatives of Reformed Churches unlike any other in church history. In commemoration of this event, we hope that you enjoy these (mostly) unedited messages from a … Read More
Join us as at the Reformation Wall as we discuss the Protestant Reformation in Geneva and political leaders who were influenced by and were influential in the Reformation. Video by Discerning History.
Many Christians know the name of Martin Luther, but how much do you know about Philip Melanchthon? He was Luther’s collaborator, and his influence was very important in the Reformation. Video by Discerning History.
The exciting climax of Luther’s clash with the Catholics – he makes a bold stand on God’s Word at the Diet of Worms, then is kidnapped taken to Wartburg Castle! Video by Discerning History.
500 years ago, a German monk wrote some theses in a small city in German. Discover how that document changed the world! Video by Discerning History.
Learn about Martin Luther’s early life, how God prepared him to be an ideal figure to start the Reformation, and how He saved him from striving for righteousness through his works. Video by Discerning History.