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Pentecost is the 50th day following Easter. This holy day celebrates the gift of the Holy Spirit to the followers of Jesus. It is often designated as the birthday of the church universal. Bright red is the color of Pentecost, and the symbols of the day include wind, flames, and doves.
All the Sundays not part of a named season are known as Ordinary Time. In the past they were also known as “Kingdomtide.” At Dumbarton, Ordinary Sundays may include some extraordinary observances, including “Inter-America Sunday,” “Sharing Jerusalem Sunday” and Children’s Sabbath.
A Reconciling Congregation
Sunday worship is held at 11 a.m. at the church from Sept. through May. Children's ed and adult ed convene at 10 a.m.
Refreshments following. Nursery provided.
All are Welcome!
- September 21, 2014 Generosity of Self
- August 24, 2014 - The women of Exodus - Kell Dickinson, Guest preacher
- August 17, 2014 - Who do you think that I am? - Doris Warrell, Guest preacher
- August 31, 2014 Confronting the Myth of Redemptive Suffering in a World of Redemptive Violence - Amy Stapleton, Guest preacher
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