Come October 2016, you will be able to find QR code stickers on the doors of many Lutheran churches in the Munich area. Scanning one such code will lead you to one of Martin Luther’s 95 theses, each sticker to a different one. You can win a the Golden Theses Pass, if put your smartphone to work once more at each stop and take a selfie in front of at least 20 different theses doors and send us those pictures.
The Theses Pass is a unique certificate only available at the ebw and a nice way to remember the historic year of 2017, when we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
How to participate
You can take selfies year round, but please forward them to us in one batch sometime during the month of October 2017.
- Via E-Mail attachment or data upload (for example using wetransfer.com) to:Felix.email@example.com
- Via regular mail, in the following way: Bildungswerk München e.V., Stichwort: Thesenpass Herzog-Wilhelm-Str. 24,80331 München
- Handing the prints over in person to Dr. Leibrock
Please include your home address, so we can send you your Theses Pass certificate.
For your information: In order to be able to scan a QR-code you need a mobile device (smartphone, tablet) on which a scan app is installed.
Additional information or help to be able to scan a QR-code or outfit your device with a suitable app, you can find here: tips and tutorials.
Or: You make the first stop of your thesis discovery tour at the Evangelische Bildungswerk (Protestant Adult Education Centre) and get personal instructions and advice at the ebw media clinic (please schedule an appointment here: Annette.firstname.lastname@example.org)
Have fun discovering!
Don´t worry, your selfies are safe with us, we do not plan to publish them in any way.
However, should you be ok with a publication, please let us know.
In that case, we might want to put a selection of pictures on this website in our report about how this project thrives.
All pictures not explicitly given to us for publication will be deleted at the end of the project (end of October 2017).
This is not a competition or lottery. Hence, there is no right of appeal.