Sometimes celebrated as the “birthday of the church,” Pentecost (May 24, 2015) is a wonderful Sunday to invoke the Holy Spirit. Images of flames, doves, and wind can help those in worship visualize the divine and enliven the imagination. The more you can engage multiple senses (sight, sound, touch, taste, smell) and people’s bodies through movement, the more opportunity you create for people to experience God’s presence in new ways.
If you’re looking for worship resources based on the lectionary readings, look no further! You can now download a complete Liturgy for Pentecost, Year B, by Rev. Kerry Greenhill. It includes a Call to Worship, Pastoral Prayer, Prayer for Offering, Pentecost Litany of Thanks, and Benediction.
How is Pentecost bringing out your creativity this year?