Pentecost, the day Christians celebrate the Holy Spirit, the “birthday of the church”, and the power of God’s presence is celebrate on a Sunday, usually late May or beginning of June.
Everyone’s invited to wear something red. Red is the color for the day and stands for fire, enthusiasm, and God’s powerful presence. Red reminds us of the first Pentecost when the Holy Spirit came upon those first followers and there appeared something like flames of fire.
All summer long (and into the fall), we observe the Season of Pentecost and how the Holy Spirit creates faith, hope, and love. The color of the season is green, representing growth.
During the summer, the pastors often preach on a book of the Bible or another practical theme. This summer 2024, with the Olympics happening, each Sunday will focus on the the Gospel of Mark: Citius, Altius, Fortius (Faster, Higher, Stronger) plus “the people’s choice” – favorite hymns/songs to sing, etc.  Click here for details.