Today is Trinity Sunday, when we consider especially God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The classic definition of the Trinity is: “One God in three divine persons. The three persons are distinct, yet are one in “substance, essence and nature”. Today also marks the beginning of what the church calls Ordinary Time as distinct from Festival Time which includes the feasts of Christmas and Easter. The liturgical colour changes to white today and then to green. Green continues until Advent Sunday when the penitential purple colour is used. This seems an appropriate time to give thanks to our Sacristan, Sandra, and her serving team, who do such splendid work coping with the seasonal changes in our worship.