The cry of the poor has become your own cry; our hunger and thirst for justice is your own desire.
~ Eucharistic Prayer VII Evangelical Lutheran Worship
a workshop at Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church
in commemoration of the
500th Anniversary of the Reformation
Saturday, May 6, 2017
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Some of Martin Luther’s reforms linked sacramental practice with social assistance.
- What was the relevance of Luther’s economic and social writings?
- What does that mean for the church today?
Led by Dr. Samuel Torvend, Professor of the History of Christianity at Pacific Lutheran University. Dr. Torvend is the author of Luther and the Hungry Poor: Gathered Fragments and Daily Bread, Holy Meal: Opening the Gifts of Holy Communion