Celebrating the 100 years since the death and burial of the great Methodist preacher has become a touchstone of evangelicalism in America.
The Lutwig Family Memorial Centre, which opened in 2005, has become one of the most important places to visit for those commemorating the centenary.
Its annual event draws thousands of people from across the US and around the world, with hundreds of people expected to attend.
St Mary of the Angels Church in Dallas, Texas, hosts the annual event and is the only Methodist church to hold its own memorial service.
There are no formal services, but the faithful sing hymns and the congregation prays.
One of the few non-Christian services held is at the historic church in Springfield, Illinois.
In Washington state, the Lutwid Family Memorial is the largest gathering of Methodist clergy in the country, holding ceremonies at St Peter’s Church in Spokane and other places.
Lutheran clergy are also in high demand in the US, with thousands of churchgoers coming to attend services and events.
More: How to remember the Lutz family article One group of evangelicals, however, is more interested in celebrating the centenaries of both Lutherans and Presbyterians.
They are the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE), which is the world’s largest evangelical organisation.
NAE is a non-profit organisation, run by evangelical ministers and pastors.
Their focus is on evangelising people, spreading their gospel and spreading the word of God.
The group’s mission is to build bridges to those who do not share its beliefs and values.
For its centenary, NAE held a series of events in Washington state.
On April 5, more than 100 people were arrested after an incident in Seattle, Washington.
A woman and two men were arrested for a hate crime after allegedly throwing rocks and throwing bottles at an Orthodox Jewish synagogue in Spokane, Washington, on Saturday night.
Members of the church were accused of hurling a bottle filled with rocks at the synagogue’s front door.
The incident happened after a synagogue’s worship services were disrupted by an anti-Israel protest.