The Holy Trinity
8 a.m. – Holy Eucharist (Christ Chapel)
10 a.m. – Holy Eucharist (Nave)
Isaiah 6:1-8 Isaiah’s vision and call
Romans 8:12-17 Living by the SpiritJohn 3:1-17 Entering the reign of God
Psalmody: Psalm 29 Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness. (Ps. 29.2)
Hymn of the Day: Hymn 735, Mothering God, You Gave Me Birth, NORWICH
The Sunday after Pentecost is celebrated each year as Trinity Sunday, a day on which the church meditates on the mystery of our God, praising one divine unity of three distinct presences. Each way that we speak about the Trinity is inadequate. Indeed, a god we could understand wouldn’t be much of a god. This Sunday we will be helped by Isaiah, a psalmist, Paul, John, our prayers, several hymn writers, the text of our liturgy, a sermon, and the gift of bread and wine, as in worship we are gathered into the life of our unfathomable God.