In 1517, in a small town in eastern Germany, an otherwise unremarkable university professor objected to the Church's teaching on money and salvation. Martin Luther's influence was to radiate out from Wittenberg, and touch Christianity in every corner of the globe, and 500 years on, it's difficult to imagine a world without him.

On 13 May 2017, we will be exploring and celebrating the life and influence of Martin Luther. A special day of lectures, concerts and even lunch will help us to understand even more of this remarkable man.

See below for more details, and click below to book tickets.


10am Refreshments and introductions
10.30am Luther: The Man
Professor Tony Lane (London School of Theology)
followed by refreshments
11.50am Main Principles of the Lutheran Reformation
Revd Dr Jonathan Trigg (Vicar, St Michael's 1996-2017)
2.00pm Luther and the English Reformation
Dr David Crankshaw (King's College, London)
followed by refreshments
3.40pm Bach and his Lutheran Cantatas
Revd Dr Gordon Giles (Vicar, St Mary Magdalene, Enfield)
6.00pm Concert of Bach Cantatas

Refreshments will be provided throughout the day, and wine at the concert.

There is limited parking at St Michael's. For directions, please see here.


Tickets for the lectures and concert cost £20, £15 concessions. Tickets for the concert alone cost £10.