Pentecost Sunday ~ May 31
In the Christian tradition, the celebration of Pentecost Sunday happens 50 days after Easter. It is a day set aside to remember and recall the coming of God’s Spirit to the early followers of Jesus. For some, it represents the birth of the church, a coming together of community for mission, fellowship and ministry. Although we will not be worshiping in our sanctuary space for this special celebration, please consider dressing in red (the liturgical color of the season of Pentecost) that morning as you join us for worship via Facebook Live. Have fun by wearing your red or having some red decorations in your home that morning as we commemorate what the Spirit has done, and revel in what the Spirit is doing and will do in our future.