Ezekiel has a vision of a valley full of bones receiving life breath, sinew, and flesh after encountering the word of God.

When they arise, they receive Spirit and they dance!

As Easter people we celebrate the Spirit that continues to give life and breath to our dry bones. We dare to dance in the face of fear, in the face of cynicism, in the face of despair.

We dare to dance “as long as we live” for we, like the early Christians, are the recipients of the Spirit of God which intercedes even when we think we can’t make it to the dance floor.

The day of Pentecost has arrived and calls us to dance – to dance in the wind and fire of the Spirit, to feel, to allow exuberance to fill our bodies and souls.

With those in Jerusalem on that day, may we dare to dream – to imagine – to let our breath be taken away – and to dance!

We will also be live-streaming from the church sanctuary this week, so join us on Facebook on Sunday at 10 am (and then later our worship can be found on our church’s website). A printout [Click Here] of our worship details can be seen on our church’s website which you can download or you can see these details on Sunday on Facebook.

P.S. Everyone is invited to WEAR RED for Pentecost Sunday!

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