Celebrating Reformation Day with the Kids

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Puritan Board Freshman
Hi, guys,

First post on this board! Besides Reformation Day being a great historical event to observe in its own right, I think it is also a great Halloween alternative. What do you do in order to make it a meaningful celebration with your family? How do you make it a holiday in its own right in the minds of your children? Do you dress up? What key characters do you present as role models for your daughters?



Puritan Board Freshman
My best friend's family watches the black and white Martin Luther movie and bakes special cake each year. They sing a few hymns and don't answer the doorbell whenever it rings. :)


Puritan Board Junior
There are at least two Luther movies out there, the old B&W and a newer (8-10 yo) with Joseph Fiennes. We alternate each year. That and a some Octoberfest, stout, or pumpkin ale in honer of Luther!


Puritan Board Graduate
A family I know throws a big party at which they serve Bratwurst and beer, and invite lots of Reformed folks.
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