This coming weekend, Remnant Fellowship Church will celebrate Pentecost, one of God’s Holy Festivals as described in Leviticus 23. To read a comprehensive explanation of how Remnant Fellowship Church celebrates Pentecost, click here.
“This is a day ordained by God for rejoicing. We are 50 days past the crucifixion and the Passover and the incredible Exodus of two million of God’s people by the light of the full moon. God then takes the children of God to the foothills of Mt. Sinai, also known as Mt. Horeb to the Egyptians, and Moses climbs this Mountain—the tallest in the area—to be in the presence of God, to receive the laws of God. The finger of God carved the stone tablets as the words to the Covenant—a binding agreement between Israel and God. Also on this day, God poured out His Spirit on the righteous men and launched the church – and 3,000 were baptized on that day.” – Gwen Shamblin
Assembly & “You Can Overcome” Show
Lunch & Shopping at the Weigh Down building. Stop by for some sweet fellowship!
Baptisms at Ashlawn.
Shuttle service from church to begin at 5:30pm. Please note: Due to space, this event is for those being baptized and their family members. However, everyone is invited to witness this beautiful occasion via LIVESTREAM. Watch here.
Sabbath Pentecost Assembly followed by a potluck dinner!
As a church, we celebrate purity, symbolically represented by church members dressing in WHITE and light colors (e.g. khaki & ecru) for our worship assemblies. Dressing in white symbolizes a commitment to be pure before God, loving Him above all else with all of our heart, mind, soul and strength.
Please watch your tweets for any updates and links to Livestream videos that may take place over the weekend! To read a full explanation of the history and meaning of Pentecost, read this article from 2013 on Remnant Fellowship News.