God’s blessings to you in the name of Jesus our Savior. Reformation Sunday is traditionally celebrated in the Lutheran Church as a reminder of the Biblical truths that Martin Luther stood on during the Reformation of the 1500s – Grace alone, Faith alone, Scripture alone. Martin Luther was a Catholic priest whose desire was not to break away from the church – only to help it return to the teachings of the Bible. In today’s world the church still faces attacks from outside and from within – as people create new doctrines and teachings based on things other than the Word of God. May God’s Spirit lead us to the great truths of the first Reformation – that we are saved by God’s grace, through faith in Jesus Christ!