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Visit the full Season After Pentecost (Kingdomtide): Remembering the Saints, Exalting the King page

Reformation Day is the Christian festival day celebrated on October 31 to mark the Reformation, and is observed largely by Protestant mainline churches, and in particular, by both Lutheran and some Reformed churches.

All Saints Day is a time to remember those heroes of the faith who have come before us (especially those who died for the gospel). The living Christ is now seen in the world through the words and deeds of his people (Jn. 14:12; Heb. 11; Rev. 17:6).

Feast of Christ the King is the last Sunday before Advent – (also called the Feast of reign of Christ), important segue into advent, instituted in 1925 to function in counter cultural way against the secularization of the modern world.The Season After Pentecost (Kingdomtide), All Saints Day and The Reign of Christ the King: According to Scripture, Christ will return and finish the work he began on the Cross, to judge the world and save his own. The Feast of Christ the King, the last Sunday before Advent, points to the day when Christ will reign supreme.