The Season of Pentecost

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Pentecost Articles

Pentecost Fire Sticks

“Honoring Pentecost in your household helps focus on the gift and the work of the Holy Spirit, which fills us at all times and in

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Fire Crafts for Pentecost

Pentecost, 50 days after Easter, is a day to celebrate the sign of God’s power. Symbols of doves and tongues of fire represent the coming of the Holy Spirit to Jesus’ followers, and the birth of the Church.

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Decorating for Pentecost

We decorate the church for Christmas; we fill it with flowers for Easter; so why not make a colorful splash for Pentecost, the third of our major Christian festivals? This is the day the Spirit came to fill God’s people with Jesus so we might be his body now on earth. This is the birthday of the Church and birthdays should be marked by a great celebration.

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