If you take a close look at our logo, you'll notice that it has three intertwined points and a circle. This ancient symbol of the Trinity, called the triquetra, speaks to us about who God is and who we are. The three points remind us that God exists in three Persons—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Yet, these three are ultimately one God; notice that the symbol is one. The circle reminds us that this Triune God is eternal. In the words of the ancient hymn, the Gloria Patri, “Glory to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit! As it was in the beginning, is now, and will be forever. Amen.”
The Scriptures present to us a God of Three Persons who are always interrelated, always giving themselves to one another in love. Since God is profoundly personal, he has created us in his image as interpersonal beings. We only truly discover ourselves in relationships. This is especially true in our relationship with God, for, as St. Augustine prayed, “You have made us for yourself, and our hearts and restless until we rest in you.” But it is also true that true humanity is lived out in relationships with others. Christ’s death and resurrection bring healing not only to our relationship with God, but to our relationships with one another and the whole world.
In this section, you'll find ways that we live out this vision for life together in worship, community, and service.