With festive church services, concerts or devotional festivals, Protestant parishes in Saxony will be celebrating the Reformation Festival next Monday. According to the regional church office, the regional bishop traditionally preaches in the morning in the Meissen Cathedral. In many places, the festivities are accompanied by trombone choirs and Reformation rolls are shared afterwards.
On the eve, the Frauenkirche Dresden Foundation commemorated the church consecration festival of October 30, 2005, which was rebuilt from the ruins of the war, with a celebratory service Travel back in time to Martin Luther.
The Reformation Day commemorates the posting of the theses by the monk and theologian. According to tradition, on October 31, 1517, Luther nailed his 95 theses against the Church's sale of indulgences to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg (Saxony-Anhalt) - this is considered the beginning of the Reformation.