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In times of crisis, the church has occasionally sought to speak for justice and the right by once more loudly proclaiming what Christian faith teaches and, in doing so, call for resistance to powers that would subvert those teachings.

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At the invitation of National Capital Presbytery, the Reformed Institute enlisted the Rev. Dr. Eric Spingsted, one of the members of our Company of Teachers, to be the preacher at…

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Sermon Suggestions: The lectionary passages for Reformation Sunday are not specially selected for this day. They are not impossible passages for the day, though, at least if one is willing…

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Communion Preface for use with Great Thanksgivings B and C of the Book of Common Worship: By the Word of your mouth, you created a world out of darkness, giving…

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Many Protestant congregations have a tradition of celebrating “Reformation Sunday” each year. Designed to honor the anniversary of Luther’s posting of the his famous 95 theses, these events typically occur…

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A Litany for Reformation Sunday. Christ has died and risen; through the Holy Spirit, Christ remains with his body the Church. In gratitude for this great gift and in hope…

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During the summer and fall the Institute is posting in this space each month a review of a recent book that we commend as a good resource for reading about…

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