EXPERIENCE THE REFORMATION FIRST-HAND THROUGH THIS INTERACTIVE EXHIBITION
DATE: SATURDAY, 23RD SEPTEMBER AND MONDAY, 25TH SEPTEMBER
TIME: 10AM-1PM AND 2PM-5PM
LOCATION: Mary Andrews College city campus, Level 1, St Andrew’s House, 464–480 Kent St, Sydney
SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES
Why was the Reformation such a defining moment in the life of the Church? Find out first-hand at a unique, interactive event for the whole family, hosted by Mary Andrews College (MAC).
As you move through this interactive experience, you will step back into Germany in 1517, and see what life and faith looked like for medieval peasants; witness the Bible being printed and made available to all; hear a nun’s response to freedom in Christ; and you can even ask questions to Martin Luther and his wife, Katie.
“Our hope is that this will give a taste of life and thought in Reformation, and the impact it made on everyday people, then, and still today,” says Reformation lecturer at Mary Andrews College, Margery Mills.
Held during the school holidays, ‘Life with the Luthers’ will be open between 10am–1pm and 2pm–5pm on both Saturday, 23 September and Monday, 25 September. Allow around one hour to move through the experience. Entry is free. It will be held at Mary Andrews College city campus, Level 1, St Andrew’s House, 464–480 Kent St, Sydney.
Register for the event online at www.mac.edu.au/news/life-with-the-luthers or contact Mary Andrews College on 1300 590 531.