In the late spring or early summer, we celebrate the Feast of Pentecost (June 8, 2014). Pentecost is the hinge point between the season of Easter and the long season of growth often called Ordinary Time. On Pentecost we celebrate baptisms and welcome new members into the church. Below are a few resources to help you celebrate and mark the season.
Enjoy highlights from a Pentecost Liturgy at St. Gregory's
Watch St. Gregory's Youth (grades 3-5) share their interpretation of the Pentecost story
Hear the Gospel chanted in Greek, then read by the whole congregation in many languages simultaneously
Practice simple liturgical dance movements and signs for "Come Holy Spirit"
Learn an ASL interpretation of "Come Heavenly Comforter"
Try a guided meditation with prayer beads, scripture, song, and prayers for Pentecost