Worship this Sunday is at 8:45 and  11AM with Church School for All Ages at 9:45AM.

Pentecost Sunday

Practicing the Power of Three

God’s presence is manifest in many ways throughout scripture. Pentecost celebrates the arrival of the Spirit of God into the church, but God-as-spirit has been on the scene since the very beginning. As we look into the creation story as told in the Psalms, we recognize how God is present as creator, redeemer and sustainer from the very beginning of the universe and in the destinies of all things, living and inanimate.

On Pentecost Sunday (and in anticipation of Trinity Sunday on May 30th), we praise God for the expansiveness and diversity of divine love and consider how, like Augustine, it might be easier to “understand” the Trinity when it becomes part of our daily practice instead of a doctrine. Rev. Waltemath, preaching.

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