1. Have a "Reformation Sunday" sundae!
Our youth group fills a 6-foot long rain gutter (clean of course! and only used for this!) with ice cream. Each kid brings their favorite topping to add to the ice cream. And there you have it, a "Reformation Sunday" sundae!
Deb GrayboschTrinity Lutheran ChurchIslip, NY
2. Make a "Diet of Worms Cake" and bring it to your office or school - recipe found here.
3. A beef barbeque, also known as a Papal Bull Roast.
If the weather's good,1) cook over an open fire (after all, WWMD if roasting his bull? Go thou and do likewise.);
2) serve chilled mugs of your favorite fermented beverage; and
3) have a hymn sing while you take care of that tenderloin.
If the weather is not good, build the fire under a makeshift shelter, offer mulled wine to the frail of flesh and proceed to step 3).
Or, for those who are harmonically challenged (like my husband, whose boyhood pastor always told him, quite kindly, of course -- "Leroy, you can just mouth the words if you want"), just substitute table talk for the hymn sing-- as long as you don't roast the pastor.
Even better, offer the ministry of hospitality to the un-churched neighbors -- invite them over for a good meal, good conversation, and your good example of why Grace Alone is the way to go!
Peace and joy-
Cathi and Red Braasch
Braasch Land and Livestock