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Commemorating 500 Years of Reformation

In 2017, the world will mark the five-hundredth anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, an event that tradition tells us began on October 31, 1517 when Martin Luther posted his ninety-five theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. At the center of this movement stands Luther’s rediscovery of the Gospel message: human beings do not earn their salvation by doing good works, but rather God freely offers salvation to all who believe.

On Friday, October 20, in cooperation with First Presbyterian Church in Greenville, North Greenville University choirs and orchestra will combine with choirs and orchestra from First Presbyterian to present a concert of sacred music. Over 150 musicians will bring to life hymns of our faith which celebrate the Five Solas statements of the Reformation: Scripture alone, faith alone, grace alone, Christ alone, and to the glory of God alone.

Join us at 7:00 p.m. on October 20 at First Presbyterian Church, 200 West Washington Street, Greenville, SC as we worship our creator and celebrate our Christian heritage. No tickets are required for this event.

           

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