The work of the church continues today and this Sunday we will pause in worship to recall the story of the formation of the first church. Reaching into American art history archives we thought  to share this image for Pentecost.

Can Fire in the Park, Beuford Delany, 1946
Vivid colors thick on canvas convey the need for fire for the homeless in the city. Around the fire is heat,  light, life, comfort, and community.This is a reminder to "guide us down the dusty roads of this world so that we may lift up the downcast, heal the broken, reconcile what is lost, and bring peace amidst unrest." (Garth House, Litanies for All Occasions)

See Can Fire in the Park at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

See stoles for Pentecost by Carrot Top Studio here.