Sunday saw the Annual Reformation Service, which marks the 503rd Anniversary of Martin Luther nailing his Theses to the church door in Wittenberg. This sparked the Protestant Reformation and has become the focal point of international commemorations each year.

As an Institution which promotes and protects Protestantism this is a very special time of year. It provides a time to reflect on the legacy and true meaning of the Reformation. This year as we are in the grip of a second surge of a pandemic and perhaps more than ever many have found the comfort and reassurance of their faith.

The speaker Rev Park, spoke strongly on the true meaning of the Reformation outlining just what Luther’s stand was based on and how we today still benefit from that open Bible.