Luther’s Legacy

Experience the Heritage of the Lutheran Faith

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A Lutheran heritage tour gives believers an opportunity to enrich their spiritual lives in unexpected ways. Walk in Luther’s humble footsteps across Germany. You can see the house in Eisleben where he was born to the cell in the Fortress of Wartburg where he translated the New Testament into German.  Or, visit the Castle Church in Wittenberg where he nailed his 95 Theses. Experience the rich heritage of your Lutheran faith as you visit the world’s largest Reformation memorial in Worms, or stand in St. Thomas Church where Luther first introduced the Reformation in Leipzig in 1539.  Travelers return from Lutheran heritage tour refreshed in mind, body, and spirit; ready to share how the tour deepened their faith and enriched their lives.

In 2017, Germany celebrated the Reformation Jubilee, the 500th anniversary of the start of the Reformation.  More than 500 years later you can still go and celebrate Martin Luther’s remarkable legacy in the places where it all began!

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[col3_last]Statue of Martin Luther[/col3_last]
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Where to go:

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[col2][toggle title=””][toggleitem title=”Eisleben”]Where Martin Luther was born, baptized and died.[/toggleitem][toggleitem title=”Eisenach”]In 1522, Luther hid from persecution in Wartburg Castle. During his time here he translated the New Testament from Latin to German.[/toggleitem][/toggle][/col2][col2_last][toggle title=””][toggleitem title=”Erfurt”]in July 1505, Martin Luther dedicated his life to God, joining the Augustinian Monastery.[/toggleitem][toggleitem title=”Lutherstadt Wittenberg”]Where Martin Luther, lived and worked for 35 years.  It was on the doors of the Wittenberg Castle Church doors that he posted his 95 theses.[/toggleitem][/toggle][/col2_last][/col_wrapper]

Wittenberg Market Square Luther Heritage Tour
Wittenberg Market Square

Plan a Lutheran heritage tour today!