Mapping the Trinity


Mapping the Trinity is a new set of ‘maps’ – written by Susanna Gunner and produced by the Diocese – which explore the Trinity through reflection, art, poetry and music.

They may be useful to those who lead worship, lay or ordained, and are perfect for any individual or group wanting to reflect upon this period of the Christian year and live more deeply 'in the season'.

With the ending of the ‘great 40 days’ of Easter, the Church enters a new period in which the festivals come thick and fast. On Ascension Day we mark Christ's return to the 'right hand of the Father' and then ten days later, at Pentecost, joyfully celebrate being filled with his risen life through the gift of the Spirit. A week on again, we contemplate the mystery of all these three – Father, Son and Holy Spirit – being expressions of the one and only God.

In the pack are six maps, two each on Ascension, Pentecost and Trinity Sunday.

These maps are a free resource but donations are very gratefully received to offset the cost of production.

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