What Does This Day Mean? Reflections for Pentecost at Home

What Does This Day Mean? Reflections for Pentecost at Home

“God of power, may the boldness of your Spirit transform us, may the gentleness of your Spirit lead us, may the gifts of your Spirit be our goal and our strength, now and always.” PC(USA) Book of Common Worship 

Simple, one-page instructions for households to celebrate Pentecost at home.

Instructions include symbols of the Holy Spirit, scripture reading with very brief contextual note, “wonder” questions, and prayer.

Download Day of Pentecost: Reflections, Prayers & Reading here

Created for Pentecost 2020, this simple handout can be used year after year to help Christians better understand the work of the Holy Spirit and the formation of the Church.


The Rev. Jennifer McNally is priest at Saint Anne’s Episcopal Church and convener of dinner church Table 229, St. Paul, MN. Anna V. Ostenso Moore is the Associate for Family Ministry at St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral, Minneapolis, and author of the picture books Today is a Baptism Day and We Gather at This Table


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