Celebrate Reformation Sunday -- October 27, 2013
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2013 Materials Available!

2013 Bulletin Insert – Full Page
2013 Bulletin Insert – Half page

From the archives:
2012 Bulletin Insert (Martin Luther and Congregational Song)
2011 Bulletin Insert (John Knox)
2010 Bulletin Cover (John Calvin and Civil Government)
2009 Bulletin Cover (John Calvin (1509-1564))
2008 Bulletin Cover (John Calvin (1509-1564))
2007 Bulletin Cover (John Wycliffe: Morning Star of the Reformation)
2006 Bulletin Cover (Westminster Confession of Faith)
2005 Bulletin Cover (Erasmus' New Testament)
2004 Bulletin Cover (The Geneva Bible)
2003 Bulletin Cover (Philipp Melanchthon)
2002 Bulletin Cover (Ulrich Zwingli)
2001 Bulletin Cover (John Knox)

The Church celebrates Reformation Sunday on the last Sunday of October, commemorating a significant event in the history of the Reformed tradition. It was on October 31, 1517, that Martin Luther posted his 95 theses on the door of the church in Wittenberg.

Reformation Exhibit

The online exhibit, Foundations of the Faith, draws on images and objects from PHS's rich collections in reformation history. It includes materials relating to such early humanists as Bernard of Clairvaux and Erasmus; the early reformers Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli and Philipp Melanchthon; and the founders of the Presbyterian tradition, John Calvin, Theodore Beza, and John Knox.

John Calvin Exhibit
John Calvin (1509-1564) had a great impact on the theology of Protestant Churches. The exhibit, created to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Calvin's birth, highlights his childhood, adult life, Reformation theology, political career, reform work in Geneva, and more. View it online, or create 10 panels printable at 16" x 20".