In November I participated in a retreat for spouses of clergy and led a study on the Reformation in anticipation of its 500 year anniversary in 2017. The weekend included sessions about the Church’s history, some of the key theology topics that inspired the need for reformation in the church, and a discussion of how all of this is relevant today and in the future. We used curriculum created by the North Carolina Synod of the ELCA entitled, Ever-Reforming: A Reformation 500 Cross-Generational Study. The study has 44 easy to use lessons. The study was well received by the group and evoked lots of lively discussion.