Service Orders - Friday, 25 June 2021 – The Commemoration of the Augsburg Confession

The Augsburg Confession was written largely by Philipp Melanchthon in language of studied moderation and was presented at Augsburg to the Emperor Charles V on 25 June 1530. In 1580, when the Book of Concord was drawn up, the unaltered Augsburg Confession was included as the principal Lutheran confession. In several ways this day, rather than 31 October, is the suitable occasion to remember the Reformation.
(From Contemporary Worship 6: The Church Year, Calendar and Lectionary, 1973)

Resources for this festival are limited to Liturgy and Prayers, Top 4 Public Domain Hymn suggestions, scriptural music suggestions, PPT master slides and images suitable for illustrating the themes for the day. This festival may be celebrated on the nearest Sunday if desired.

Service Orders Without Holy Communion

Service orders with Holy Communion

Approved Service Orders