CTSFW

Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN

CTSFW

Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN

Reformation 500

Celebrate Reformation 500

500th Anniversary of the Reformation Service

October 31, 2017, 7:30 p.m.

Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, president, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, will serve as preacher.

If you can’t join us on campus the service will be live streamed at www.ctsfw.edu/DailyChapel and www.facebook.com/CTSFW.

Luther Hostel

November 1– 3, 2017

Christ for Us: Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

CTSFW Tours-Lands of Luther

November 11–21, 2017

Lands of Luther and Eastern Europe
Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

LutheranReformation.org

Resources for Reformation 500 from the LCMS.

Learn More About the Reformation

In Their Own Words

Translated writings by Luther and other Reformers.

Sermons about the Reformation

Audio and video sermons from our faculty, staff and other pastors.

Reformation Articles

Whether it’s for your own learning or you’re looking for resources for teaching your congregation, we have the Reformation resources you’re looking for!

CTSFW Reformation Lecture Series

Luther's Catechism: A Field Manual for Disciples.

October 16, 2016

Professor John Pless, Professor of Pastoral Ministry and Missions

If you weren’t able to attend this lecture, you can find it online here!

The Reformation at 500: Still Worth Celebrating!

February 12, 2017

Dr. Cameron MacKenzie, professor and chairman, CTSFW Historical Theology
Department

If you weren’t able to attend this lecture, you can find it online here!

The Reformation After the Reformation: Interpreting Martin Luther After February 18, 1546

April 30, 2017

CTSFW President Dr. Lawrence R. Rast Jr.

If you weren’t able to attend this lecture, you can find it online here!

Past Events

Symposia Series 2016 Archive

The Contributions of Reformation Exegesis and Luther and the Reformation: Beginning the Celebration

Symposia Series 2017 Archive

“The Spirit of Reformation Exegesis Today” and “The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation: Continuing the Celebration”