A principal day of the Christian year, Pentecost, is celebrated on the fiftieth day after Easter. Pentecost means "fiftieth day" in Greek. The Christian church celebrates this day as the coming of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles and others assembled in Jerusalem. It points to the beginning of the Christian church and the sending forth of the message throughout the world. It is often referred to the birthday of the church.
June 9 -
Third Sunday After Pentecost
David Estes (Lay Speaker)
MESSAGE: “Is Fasting Still Relevant Today?”
SCRIPTURE: Deut. 9:9-12, 18
June 16 - Fourth Sunday After Pentecost
MESSAGE: "Fishy Prophet"
SCRIPTURE: Jonah 3:1-15, 10
June 23 - Fifth Sunday After Pentecost
SCRIPTURE: Luke 8:28-39
Special Music by CrossRoads
June 30 - Sixth Sunday After Pentecost
MESSAGE: "Our Favorite Three-Letter-Word"
SCRIPTURE: Exodus 3:1-7a, 10-12