People from many lands and many languages and with many longings are present at the first Pentecost and today's Pentecost. The Holy Spirit, then and now, points to Jesus Christ who makes one out of the many -- one birth though many lands, one faith though many languages, and one hope though many longings. The shattering of cosmic unity brought about by the sin of our first parents devolves into the inability of people even to understand and work with each other at Babel. The restoration of cosmic unity happens through Jesus' death and resurrection, powerfully and understandably conveyed through the miracle of Pentecost.
Minister to those homebound, hospitalized, in nursing homes, those recovering from illness, and those not knowing Christ. A 30 minute traditional Lutheran worship service.