The Arrival of the Holy Spirit
Sunday, May 23 | 7:45am & 10:30am MST | Online and in-person
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What is Pentecost?
Based in the second chapter of the Acts of the Apostles, the event of Pentecost is the celebration of all peoples hearing the stories of God’s mighty acts in their own languages. Tongues of fire touched each of them and empowered them to hear! We celebrate this day with a boisterous reading of the Acts lesson in communion with one another, as well as with special music and preaching. Pentecost is the third of our three major feasts in the church year alongside Christmas and Easter, so you won’t want to miss it!
Our Pentecost Sunday worship will be available both in-person at 7:45am and 10:30am and livestreamed during the 10:30am service. Once sign-ups are available, please click the button to the right to save your seat. And to join us online, click the button above.
Saint Barnabans Unite! Wear Red for Pentecost.
It is a tradition in the Episcopal church to wear red on Pentecost Sunday in order to signify the presence of the Holy Spirit through the tongues of fire. Every year, we encourage our parishioners to wear red, and this year we have an exciting new opportunity to unify both our in-person and online worshippers together. We invite you to post a photo of yourself wearing red on social media tag Saint Barnabas so we can see all of our wonderful friends! We might even repost them on our social media–so we encourage you to be creative 😉 This is a fun and special way for us to stay connected for such an important day of worship. All are Welcome and all are welcome to wear red.
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