This Sunday, we will celebrate Trinity Sunday. As we have spent so much time telling the story of Jesus' life, death, and resurrection, and the birth of the Church at Pentecost by the Holy Spirit, this day draws attention to the fact that God works as the eternally triune God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. In all the ways God meets us, redeems us, and uses us, God is acting in fellowship with Himself, always in communion. It is a great mystery, but it actually helps to think of God as a communion, or community, of being. In the same way God always acts in relationship, we are called to live in relationship: with God, with our fellow believers, and with those around us who need to know God's saving grace.
A great new song we'll be singing, in honor of Trinity Sunday, is called A Prayer to the Trinity, written by a 9th century monk and set to modern music by a group called Peter's Branch. Listen to it here:
Other songs for the day are: How Great is Our God, Wonderful Merciful Savior, and the great hymn Holy, Holy, Holy.
Hope to see you Sunday!