Reformation Sunday

Out of love for the truth and the desire to bring it to light…

On October 31, 1517 Catholic priest Martin Luther posted his Disputation…on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences on the door of All Saints' Church in Wittenberg. This act inflamed a debate that ultimately began what we now call the Protestant Reformation. 

A standard, annual observance recognizing that day began in 1717. Historically it has been observed on various dates; today many churches choose to commemorate the occasion on the last Sunday in the month of October. That Sunday is referred to as Reformation Sunday.

Ecclesia reformata et semper reformanda secundum verbum Dei... 
...The church Reformed and always reforming according to the Word of God.

Today’s church requires reformation. The Cambridge Declaration states it well,  “Evangelical churches today are increasingly dominated by the spirit of this age rather than by the Spirit of Christ. As evangelicals, we call ourselves to repent of this sin and to recover the historic Christian faith.” Reformation Sunday is an opportunity to affirm our doctrinal convictions and to praise God for His ongoing reformation of the Church. Join us.

The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals is a coalition of pastors, scholars, and churchmen who hold the historic creeds and confessions of the Reformed faith and who proclaim biblical doctrine in order to foster a Reformed awakening in today's Church. 

Please use these free resources in your church and enjoy the audio and booklet as our gift. 

Free Resources for Your Church

Downloadable poster

Downloadable Bulletin Inserts

PrCRT 2010 index

Facebook Cover Photo

2011 Prcrt album cover

Images for your web site and email

2011 Prcrt album cover

Free Resources for You

Download "Sola Scriptura" an MP3 message
delivered by Dr. James Boice at the
1996 Philadelphia Conference on
Reformed Theology titled What the Church Needs Now Is... Reformation!


Download Semper Reformanda:
Why the Reformation Still Matters

a booklet featuring articles by
Alliance Contributors Craig Troxel,
Gene Veith, Nick Batzig, David Murray,
and David Wells