Welcoming + Teaching + Proclaiming
The goal of the Wittenberg Project is to honor our Lutheran heritage as we approach the 500th anniversary of the Reformation by nurturing and strengthening the faith of Christians and introducing the Christian faith to non-Christians.
Through development of a Christian education and outreach center in the very birthplace of the Reformation, we will attract students and visitors, promote confessional-Lutheran theology, and open doors to Gospel outreach and works of mercy. Won’t you join us in realizing this goal?
Catch the sights and sounds of Lutherans and others from around the world at the Sunday, May 3 dedication service of the International Lutheran Center at the Old Latin School in Wittenberg, Germany.Watch video
Learn More About the Project
Read about the reconstruction project and the rich history of Wittenberg and the Old Latin School.Learn More
Reformation 500 Club
Congregations and schools can get involved by joining the Reformation 500 Club. Those who join simply give or pledge to raise just $500 over the course of the coming year, and how you do that is up to you. Plus, the first 500 congregations and/or schools to join will have their gifts matched.Get Involved
Solo Verbo (Word Alone)
Solo Verbo (Word Alone) recognizes the generous investment of individuals and families who provide gifts of at least $500 to the Wittenberg Project Old Latin School renovation. These gifts are a confession of faith and a commitment to gift at least one dollar for every year since Martin Luther nailed the 95 Theses to the door of Wittenberg’s Castle Church.Get Involved
Give To The ProjectGive Now
Send a check:
Make check payable to The Wittenberg Project or The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (and write “The Wittenberg Project” on the memo line of your check).
Mail your check to:
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod
P.O. Box 790417
St. Louis, MO 63179-0417
To give by phone using a major credit card:
Donor Resources (Download):