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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Why Pentecost Sunday is worth celebrating

WOMEN
Happy Birthday, Dear Church
Why Pentecost Sunday is worth celebrating.
CAROLYN ARENDS
If you attend a church that observes the liturgical calendar, you know that there's a day — Pentecost Sunday — set aside to remember a moment in history when it became clear that the Holy Ghost isn't so much spooky as wildly powerful, creative, and unpredictable. However, if you attend a non-liturgical church, you may have no idea when Pentecost Sunday occurs. (Spoiler alert: This year, Pentecost Sunday falls on June 4.) continue reading >>


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