Not a traditional “Trinity Sunday” Sermon

Holy, holy, holy!
Though the darkness hide thee,
though the eye of sinful man
thy glory may not see,
only thou art holy;
there is none beside thee
perfect in pow’r, in love, and purity.

This is a verse from both a great hymn for celebrating Holy Trinity and a personal favourite to sing. I know a number of you like to sing a hymn on Sunday after watching the video, so let that be my suggestion this week!

This is not a traditional “Trinity Sunday” sermon this week.

As I pointed toward in my Wednesday email to the parish, the brokenness of racial discrimination and injustice has caused unrest in the USA our closest neighbour and ally.  The photo-op orchestrated by their 45th President happened on Monday. It not only made a bad situation worse, but the President used the Bible and a Church as mere props, after having the area cleared of mostly peaceful protestors without warning and with aggressive riot control measures.

I found it unsettling to say the least.

And yet still, God finds places, despite it and because of it, to work.

Here is this weeks video:

All the readings for Trinity Sunday can be found here:

Be Well and God Bless.


The Rev’d Canon Rob Park