June 5, 2022, is Pentecost Sunday: Dementia-friendly church service

Oops! Yesterday I posted a video church service on lament for this week, but then I realized that this Sunday, June 5, is Pentecost Sunday. On Pentecost Sunday, the church remembers God's gift of the Holy Spirit after Jesus' resurrection. (The church calendar places Pentecost Sunday 50 days after Easter.) So here's an updated 45-minute … Continue reading June 5, 2022, is Pentecost Sunday: Dementia-friendly church service

Dementia-friendly church service: Pentecost (May 23, 2021)

This week's nondenominational worship service video marks the celebration of Pentecost (May 23, 2021), remembering when the Holy Spirit first came to the new followers of Jesus. The service is suitable for older adults with Alzheimer's and other dementias. In the Pentecost story recorded in Acts 2, the Spirit is described like wind and fire … Continue reading Dementia-friendly church service: Pentecost (May 23, 2021)

Nondenominational worship service for Pentecost Sunday

According to the traditional church calendar, this coming Sunday, May 31, is Pentecost Sunday. This day remembers the stunning story of Acts 2, when the promised Holy Spirit descended on Jesus' first followers "like tongues of fire." So, this week's 49-minute video church service focuses on God's Spirit, especially the biblical descriptions of the Spirit … Continue reading Nondenominational worship service for Pentecost Sunday