In anticipation of the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation in 2017, the singing, artwork, and reflection will lead participants on a journey - not a chronological or linear journey - but rather a journey exploring some of the themes of the Reformation: How do we gather as the church? For what do we give thanks and for what do we repent? Because of God's reconciling mercy, how do we rejoice? How is God calling us into the future?
The singing will be led by organist David Cherwien, guitarist Jonathan Rundman, pianist James Abbington, soloists Roosevelt Credit and Eugenia Yau, and many others. Our singing will be varied: chant and praise songs, German chorales and English hymns, contemporary Gospel, American folk, as well as songs from Asia, Latin America, and Africa.