The Need to Explain
The Athanasian Creed—one of three creeds universally received by the Church—describes the nature of the Trinity as “incomprehensible” and its members “incomprehensibles”. These are apt, and pretty much simply accepted by the Church since its beginning.
Until modern times. We don’t deal with mystery well. We need to explain.
Which has led to some contemporary analogies you’ve probably heard: water, egg, three-leaf clover. But don’t use them. Ever.
This Sunday—Trinity Sunday—we’ll look a some important reasons why. These, at least, won’t be incomprehensible. I hope.
See you then in our new home.
Our New Home
This week will be our first Sunday in our new location, at 1996 Generals Hwy, Annapolis, 21401. This new location gives us plenty of room to accommodate our growing congregation and some better facilities of our children’s formation. If you are able to, please try to arrive early so you can feel more acquainted with our new space and welcome any guests who may join us.