|Subject Code||Tour Leader||Dates||Costs Include:|
|CH445/645||Michael Brautigam||Sat 14th – Sun 29th January, 2017||All flights and taxes|
10 nights twin share hotel accommodation
3 nights accommodation with Christian families
Entrance fees to all sites in the program
Transport for all tours and transfers
As the church marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in 2017, Melbourne School of Theology is delighted to offer its students and alumni the opportunity to join us for an inspiring 15-day tour of Europe. Visit the Castle Church in Wittenberg, where Luther nailed his 95 Theses that sparked the Reformation. Explore the Wartburg castle, where he translated the Bible, and Worms, the city of his famous refusal to recant. Other highlights of this tour include Strasbourg, Konstanz (Constance) and Zurich, where we trace the steps of important Reformers such as Martin Bucer, John Calvin, Jan Hus, and Ulrich Zwingli.
A special feature of this tour is our clear commitment to transformational learning. While we will read, study and discuss, we also intend to immerse ourselves in the European Christian heritage more deeply by enjoying fellowship with local believers and learning how the Protestant faith has shaped them in the past and present. Of course, we will also get a first-hand impression of the rich European culture, including the local culinary delights such as German apple-strudel, French macarons and Swiss chocolate.
Our tour guide Dr Michael Bräutigam, originally from Germany, now serves as MST’s lecturer in Theology and Church History.
Please contact Iona Kroussoratsky for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.