January Faith Formation at 11:00 on Sundays in the Fellowship Hall
The Creeds: Faith, Doubt, and Everything in Between
Some of the most spirited discussions we are experiencing here at Holy Trinity evolve around the creeds. For some they are dogmatic statements, for others ancient expressions of faith and praise. Some appreciate the creeds, because they connect us with the community of believers of past and future times. Others find them to be a stumbling block to their faith, because they do not agree with all things stated. Christian churches acknowledge three creeds: The Apostles, the Nicene, and the Athanasian Creed. All Creeds have at their center an acknowledgement of the Trinity – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; also known as Creator, Redeemer and Sanctifier. During Faith Formation in January, we will deepen our understanding of the Trinity, theologically and in spiritual practice.
Come, join the dance of Trinity,
before all worlds begun –
the interweaving of the Three,
the Father, Spirit, Son.
The universe of space and time
did not arise by chance,
but as the Three, in love and hope,
made room within their dance.