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On this second Sunday after Pentecost, we are reminded of the ways we might be filled with the sudden and fiery Spirit of God.
Arising from the spirit of bold resistance, Pride month began through the action of trans women of color following a violent police raid on the Stonewall Inn in June of 1969. As a Reconciling Congregation we set a table of grace that welcomes all.
We believe the Spirit of God is poured out upon us, each one, and compels us to seek wholeness, healing, and vitality for all, recognizing that “no one is free until we all are free” as Dr. Martin Luther King declared. Let us worship as an inclusive church that strives to embody and exemplify the kingdom of God. Please wear your rainbow colors as we celebrate.