Trinity Sunday is the only Sunday in the whole church year in which our worship centres around a specific doctrine or teaching rather than an event in our long and sacred history. Always falling the week after Pentecost, Trinity Sunday allows us to pause and to ponder the wonder, the mystery, the gift of God in three persons – Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Rather than giving in to the intellectual fascination of what and how and when this teaching came to be, Pilgrim’s Holy Communion service this week invites us to affirm God as the eternal, loving creator of all. God seeks to be in ongoing and transformative conversation with us and with all creation.
A separate children’s program will be on offer in preparation for our winter “Parables for living” season. Hot chocolate, marshmallows, a fire pit, and outdoor family games will follow at the Estella manse (all are welcome and transport will be available).