This Mary Andrews College Reformation Study Tour (CH245) unit is a wonderful opportunity to see Church History come to life as we travel by coach through Germany and Switzerland. Get a taste of what medieval belief and culture was like, and an understanding of why the reformers saw the need to bring change to the church and to people’s knowledge of God and salvation.
Experience the churches, houses, castles and towns where reformers like Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli and John Calvin grew in their grasp of the gospel, taught, preached and translated the Bible. Explore the lives of the humanist Erasmus, and lesser known reformers, like Oeclampadius, Martin Bucer and Philip Melanchthon.
Visit amazing museums with displays from the times that deepen our understanding of the birth of the Protestant faith. Come and be inspired!
Approximate Dates: 3-18 July 2020
Expressions of interest for this Diploma level study tour unit are now open. The closing date for expressions of interest is 15 May 2019 at 5pm. Click the button below to register your ‘expression of interest’.
Interested students are to note the following:
There is a minimum number of 20 participants required to make this study tour unit viable. If the total number of participants does not include at least 15 Diploma students, then this study tour unit will likewise also not be viable.