The Day of Pentecost celebrates the Resurrected and Ascended Lord sending the promised Holy Spirit. We recognize Pentecost as a feast day in the Church, and the decorations in the church are the color red.
However, Pentecost is not just the celebration of one day — It is an entire season in the Church. While the Day of Pentecost uses red decorations in the church, the color of the season is generally green. Why is the church decorated in green? Green reminds us that this season is a time for growing in our life in Christ. For this reason, we focus on the life of the Church as the Holy Spirit works and grows us through the Means of Grace: the Word and Sacraments.
Join us as we celebrate these gifts of Word and Sacrament on Sundays at 9:00 am and Wednesdays at 7:00 pm.