Reform School: The Protestant Church Then and Now
“Eating Sausage, Burning Heretics, and Marrying Nuns or How We Learned to Ignore the Pope and Love Local Church Autonomy: The Protestant Reformation in an Hour-and-a-Half.” In honor of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation we will host two sessions in October. The first, on October 1, will focus on history of the Church and the second will focus on the future. Rev. Tim Tutt, Senior Minister at Westmoreland Congregational United Church of Christ will lead the session on October 1.
A native Texan and a former Congressional staffer, Tim served a congregation in Austin before coming to Westmoreland in 2012. Tim and his spouse Amy have two children ages 17 and 15. He spends a lot of his time driving his children places, signing school permission slips, and forgetting where he left his cell phone. Tim’s favorite characters from the Reformation era are Ulrich Zwingli and Katharina von Bora. His idea of a great day would be to paddle around in a kayak while reading a well-written biography. Kathy Dwyer will lead the session on October 29.
October 1 & 29, 7:00-8:30 p.m., Saegmuller Room
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