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8 Applewood Close
SN14 0JG
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Salvation Army South Western Division
6 Marlborough Court
Manaton Close
Exeter  EX2 8PF
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The Old Deanery,
Wells, BA5 2UG
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Churches Together in Somerset is thrilled to co-sponsor, with The Discipleship and Learning Network of the Methodist Church and Kingswood School, Bath, a lecture by Prof. Anthony Reddie. This lecture - “Martin Luther to Martin Luther King - the Relevance of the Reformation for today” is being given to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.

You are warmly invited to the event held on Wednesday 25th October 2017 at Kingswood School Bath at 7.00 pm. Anthony Reddie will reflect on the significance of the Reformation and its effect on our individual human dignity. This is a free event but booking via Eventbrite (book here) will help with catering, as light refreshments will be provided.

We also hope to have on display, as part of the event, a copy of an original Luther Bible from the Wesley College archives and possibly a book written and owned by Philip Melanchthon, on loan for the occasion.

Click here to view/print an A4 flyer.