The 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation occurs at the end of this month. Although Orthodox Christians were not a part of this momentous event in Christian history, for half a millennium it has had an impact on all Christians, and beyond.
On the evening of Monday, October 30 and during the day on Tuesday, October 31, we will be hosting a conference that will reflect on the ramifications of the Reformation and mark the occasion with an opportunity for discussion on what can be described as living parallel lives as Christian communities. Let us join together to fulfill Christ’s prayer that “They would be one” (John 17:22).
This conference is blessed with speakers who will offer perspectives on the issues of the nature of the Church, its unity, and its mission from a variety of Christian traditions. We hope the dialogue will be an opportunity for mutual understanding, and perhaps the beginning or furthering of relationships among our various communities.
There is no charge to attend the Reformation Conference; it is open to everyone. Please note that the reservation for the luncheon is now closed. We hope you and your community will participate and share in this Christian dialogue and fellowship.
Cover Letter to Churches