Here I Stand-Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation at PCA
By: WebmasterDate: Oct 31, 2017 Tags: Elementary, School News, Secondary
Tuesday, October 31, 2017, marks 500 years since Martin Luther, a German monk, posted his 95 Theses and set in motion the Protestant Reformation. According to the website, LutheranReformation.org, “The Reformation was, first and foremost, all about the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It was then, and it still is now. The task of reformation never ends, for every person, in every generation, needs to hear the good news of their Savior from sin and eternal death.”
This monumental anniversary is being celebrated at PCA through a “Lutherbound” Exhibition and digital quiz on our campus created by the PCA German Department. Available until November 17, the exhibition is on display throughout the secondary campus and in the basement of the elementary/CBC Church Building. The exhibition is made up of posters that show the long-term impact of Luther’s ideas on Europe, the church, and the world.
To enjoy the scavenger hunt and quiz, you’ll need to do the following:
- Download the app, Actionbound
- Begin the Exhibition outside the German Room (room 7 in the North Educational Hallway-across from the Homeschool Partnership Classroom)
- Scan the QR code outside the German Room
- Follow the posters, which are numbered in sequence and displayed in German and English
- Expect to spend approximately 40 minutes to complete the entire exhibition
Special thanks to Emily Carlson and her German students for this interactive opportunity for all PCA students, staff, and parents to learn more about Martin Luther and the Reformation.