Reflection for Trinity Sunday

The Trinity is a theological concept that speaks about our (Be) Longing into a community.  The idea of God as  three yet one is simply a description of how we shape and experience the love of God in our faith community: First, as our creator, Second, as our Saviour, and third, as our comforter.  The church has long said that our experience of God is Trinitarian.

While we could engage in a lot of theological debate, I would still say that we are part of a family.  That is another thing we have experienced.  Our longing (2015 Synod Theme) for a community that is Loving, supportive, accepting, encouraging, helping, regardless of who and what we are, the concrete expression of the indwelling power of the Holy Spirit given to us on the day of Pentecost.

(Be) Longing.  It is relational, expresses equality and respect, and has a hopeful sense to it.  We can be so much more Together.  God’s family.  All of us.  (Be) Longing

What steps do you need to take in order for people to belong in our church family?

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