We come to another transitional moment in our liturgical calendar this week – Trinity Sunday! It is a feast day of the Church (thus ‘white’ for the liturgical color), but is the only ‘Festival Day’ that is not directly associated with an event in redemptive history. Trinity Sunday always follows Pentecost and introduces ‘Ordinary Time’. It assures us that as we go out into this ‘ordinary world’ we do so in the presence and power of the Tri-une God himself.
There are a couple of things to note this week:
First, please keep our Vacation Bible School in your prayers this month. It takes place on June 29 through July 3. If you have not yet registered your child (or grandchild) or invited that neighbor’s child to consider it, then please do so as soon as possible. Here is the link for more information.
Second, our Rwandan School Project Campaign continues for the next few weeks – culminating on June 21. We are grateful for the outpouring of support for the project among many associated with Christ the Redeemer. Our hope is that this will be a full-member project (at whatever level of giving God lays on our hearts). Please prayerfully consider making your pledge by Sunday June 21 (the pledges can be placed in the offering baskets on Sunday mornings).