In the modern-day, Pentecost is widely known as a Christian holiday that commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles and believers of Jesus while they were celebrating the Feast of Weeks in Jerusalem. (Acts 2)
The Pentecost marks the beginning of the Church of Christ and its mission to spread the Good News. It is one of the major Christian festivals celebrated on a Sunday that falls on the 50th day of Easter.
Red is the most common symbol for Pentecost, especially in Western Churches. It’s the color of liturgical vestment on Pentecost. The color red represents joy and the fire of the Holy Spirit. All attending are encouraged to wear red as well. We hope you'll join us at church or on the Livestream for the Pentecost, Memorial Day recognitions, and a baptism!
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