Pentecost & Ordinary Times



This longest season of the liturgical year is a continuation of the "Time of the Church" that began on the Sunday after Epiphany. It explores the mission of the church and uses the color of Green, symbolizing growth. During this season, the Lectionary offers two options for readings from Hebrew Scripture: the first, topical option selects readings thematically related to the Epistle or Gospel texts. The second, sequential option reads through an entire book of Hebrew Scripture in sequence.

Pentecostal Red is also the traditional color for Reformation Day on October 28. White or Gold is the color for All Saints Day on November 1 and is also an alternative to Green on the last Sunday after Pentecost—the feast of the Reign of Christ. (from http://www.ucc.org/worship/liturgies/liturgical-colors.html)

Special Service
Thanksgiving Eve Interfaith Community Service (7 p.m.)

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