"colors" Tagged Sermons
Today is Holy Trinity Sunday in the tradition of the church. The day on which theologians often jovially wish one another, “Good luck with that!” This year is less jovial. Why would we spend our energy on a philosophical construct when the specific historical/spiritual moment calls instead for blood, sweat and tears? But wait! That’s a trinity, too, or is it? Trinity is a matter of relationship. Nothing could be more urgent, more central to our collective need. In the image of the triune God we roll up our sleeves and get PRESENT and CREATIVE, and we get on the ground and start LOVING and HEALING and we offer our many and diverse gifts and combine as a MOVEMENT toward TRANSFORMATION. Creator, Christ and Constant Companion, be with us as we gather – and celebrate graduates!