On Pentecost Sunday, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry preached during Washington National Cathedral’s morning Eucharist, his first time preaching live at a Sunday service since the start of the pandemic. Curry said the unifying spirit of Pentecost isn’t always obvious, but it is revolutionary – drawing on Gil Scott-Heron’s “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.” “Pentecost is about a revolution. It is not about mere moral reform. It is not about tinkering at the edges. It is about transforming an old order into a new order, but do not despair. I know the evidence is not in yet; it looks like the old order is still around, but do not despair,” Curry said.
“Love is ecumenical. Love is interfaith. Love is bipartisan. Love is multiethnic. Love embraces and includes us all.” Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry celebrated Pentecost Sunday with us yesterday, reminding us that Pentecost is an extension of the incarnation, and a revolution of the Spirit and love.
Holy Innocents has returned to in person worship on Sundays at 8:30am, we will have Holy Communion and Music. Masks and social distancing will be required for the foreseeable future. We will be closely following all of the customaries as set forth by the Diocese and CDC. Please join us this Sunday and every Sunday at 8:30aam. We have missed each and every one of you!
Diane Delos Reyes, Bishop's Warden and the entire Holy Innocents Bishop's Committee
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