Please join us for worship on Sunday, June 4, as we celebrate Pentecost, the birthday of the church.
On the first Pentecost, the eleven apostles were gathered in Jerusalem for a harvest festival. There, they received an outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the form of tongues of fire and they began speaking in languages other than their own. On that day, they became human instruments of the Holy Spirit, courageous proclaimers of the Gospel, calling and gathering believers into the Church of Christ. This is the day of Pentecost, the birthday of the Church.
Today, we pray for the continued outpouring of the Spirit on people of every nation and language. We invite you to wear something red as a reminder of the tongues of fire and the blood of Jesus and the martyrs. There will be a special birthday cake during fellowship hour, and strips of red cloth to tie on our fence as a symbol of Pentecost.
We'd also like to adorn the sanctuary during the Pentecost service and throughout the week with red geraniums. You can dedicate one or more geraniums to your loved ones by ordering them through the church office by May 29th or completing the order form in the bulletin.