Lenten Midweek Discussion

The Freedom of a Christian is one of Martin Luther’s most popular writings and a classic of Christian spirituality. In it, Luther presents the most important themes of the Christian faith in a simple and clear way. Carmelo Santos, in the October 30, 2020 issue of LIVING LUTHERAN asks:

What does a treatise written by a German monk 500 years ago have to say to us today as we navigate a pandemic, Black Lives Matter, climate change, sexism, white supremacy, the plight of migrants and asylum-seekers, and so much more—in addition to our personal struggles with health, work and relationships?

If you are curious to explore these questions as we read, study, and reflect on Luther’s treatise, then come and join us for a Lenten midweek study on Wednesdays during Lent beginning on Ash Wednesday, February 17 at 11 a.m. Register below.