Gather your friends, family, community group, or congregation together and host a viewing party for "Rick Steves' Luther and the Reformation"!
It's easy! We've provided all the materials you'll need below. Just pick a date, corral your group, and watch the show — and don't forget the popcorn!
1. Promote Your Event
Send an email, post on Facebook, or make a flier to get people excited about attending your viewing party. You're free to use these video previews, images, and pdf.
- View/download image: Rick at Wartburg Castle in Eisenach, Germany
- View/download image: Rick with a 400-year-old Luther Bible
- View/download image: Rick with the bronze Luther statue in Wittenberg, Germany
- From the ELCA: Bishop Eaton's endorsement (pdf)
2. Start with Rick's Intro Video
Before you screen the main feature, watch Rick's 10-minute introduction explaining background information about the Reformation and why he made this show. You can also download and print the viewer's briefing.
3. Watch the Show
It's available on our website for free (you can also buy a DVD):
- Watch Rick Steves' Luther and the Reformation (55 min)