Reformation Lutheran Church, founded in 1953, was named in the spirit of the day on which it was formed—Reformation Day. Following in the steps of the Great Reformer—Martin Luther—we seek to follow where God leads and expect God to always be forming and reforming us!
Reformation Lutheran Church is and has been dedicated to caring for its members, the community of Lancaster, and all of God's children around the world. Reformation supports the Maria Ardrey Literacy Program in Monrovia, Liberia. This program was developed to meet the literacy needs of the women in this country.
For over twenty years Reformation has supported our sister parish in the outlying communities of San Salvador, El Salvador. We have focused much of this support on building a school and supplying a teacher for the community of Loma de Ramos. We now send funds for the salary to a member of the pastoral team. Pastor Matias leads this team as they work in several communities. Pictured below is the church in San Salvador.