Our Pente-chaos service started with a remembrance of baptism in which facts about water (6 of them) and the sections of the Lutheran Remembrance of Baptism liturgy (4 sections) were each written on individual pieces of paper and given to 10 folks when they walked in to worship. They were asked to read these in a specific order and as they did, to place the pieces of paper into the water of the clear baptismal bowl. So we began with things like -by the time you are thristy you have 1% of your total body water, because of evaporation and condensation, the water on the Earth now is the same water that has always been here... and then went right into Your spirit moved over the face of the waters bringing forth creation....you saved Noah and his family form the waters of the flood....with water you claim us as your own....
Then we used the baptismal water for aspersion. (showering a bit of it on everyone)
For The Word section of the liturgy we projected a film loop of fire
Andie sang the descant for Viene Sancte Spiritus (Come Holy Spirit)
3 stations were set up: The Church, The World, and All Those in Need. At each station were colored markers and strips of fabric on which to write petitions. We then during the Prayers of the People simply read each petition and then pinned them on a line, turned on a fan and watched them blow out into the world.
Then we all celebrated with our Holy Ghost Red Velvet Cake.