Oktoberfest at Living Lord Lutheran Church

Somewhere along the way, All Hallow’s Eve became Halloween — and that became commercialized into the second largest holiday in the United States. However, October 31 is also known as Reformation Day. Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the castle church in Wittenberg, Germany, on October 31, 1517. That act is generally considered to be the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. Luther was German, and he liked a good theological conversation with a good beer. What better way to celebrate the harvest season, the Reformation, and Protestantism’s German heritage than an Oktoberfest?

Well, that is exactly what Living Lord is doing in October, under the sponsorship of the Evangelism Team. We will be holding our 2nd Annual Oktoberfest on Saturday, October 28th. Last year we held it at the Rosedale Golf Club, and what an exciting event it was. Along with good beer and great German food we were entertained with music by a well known local Accordianist (is there such a word?) who had the attendees up and dancing after the meal.
The Food Line
Oktoberfest 2016
Dining Among Friends