We Believe, Teach, and Confess: Augsburg Confession
Sundays, October 3, 10, 17, and 24 at 9:30 a.m.
online and in-person in the basement
A four-week conversation about the Lutheran communion’s primary confession of faith: The Augsburg Confession presented in 1530 by the 16th Century Reformers to Holy Roman Emperor Charles V in Augsburg, Germany. Required by all churches who are members of the Lutheran World Federation, accepted by the Episcopal Church USA and the World Methodist Council, our interpretation of scripture, sacraments, church life and doctrine are framed by this document. Led by Pastor Derr (October 3, 10, 17) and Pastor Rodriguez (October 24). In-person in the basement Adult Classroom and Zoom.
As our congregation moves toward the ending (we pray) of the pandemic, into a new strategic plan and toward the calling of a new senior pastor, this is one of those “back to basics” conversations in which we hope many will participate.