Dear sisters and brothers in Christ,
I hope that you have made plans to view our next live webcast, “Ecumenical Witness on the Eve of the Reformation Anniversary,” on Thursday, Oct. 27, at 7 p.m. CDT.
I’m excited to announce that American Lutheran religious scholar, Martin Marty, and other great panelists will be joining me for this conversation. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore:
- What was the Reformation, and what does it mean for Lutherans and ecumenical partners?
- What is “Declaration on the Way,” and why is it significant for Lutheran-Catholic relations?
- How might we understand our ecumenical and inter-religious relationships as part of our participation in the ongoing Reformation?
Tune into the live webcast on Oct. 27 by visiting ELCA.org/webcast, where a link to the recorded video will be made available after the broadcast. You can also follow along through Facebook Live by visiting Facebook.com/Lutherans.
If you would like to submit a question to be considered during the live webcast, please send it email@example.com and provide your name and your congregation’s name, city and state. We also invite you to participate and join the conversation by using #ELCAwebcast on social media.
The Rev. Elizabeth A. Eaton
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America