The First Trinity Interval in The Christian Community, February
In The Christian Community there are nine festival seasons. Just as the earth dresses herself differently in the natural cycle of the year, so does the soul clothe herself differently in the moods of the cycle of the festivals of the year. In each festival season, there are different prayers, readings and colors. The prayers and the colors help tune our souls to harmonize with the time of the year and with God and his angels.
The Advent, Christmas and Epiphany festival seasons are grounded in God the Father.
Between this first group of three and the next three festival seasons, there is a Trinity interval. The length of this interval varies depending on the date of Easter. This interval lets our soul catch its breath in a deeply filled pause between the tone colors of two festival seasons. The violet and orange at the altar incline us toward harmony and devotion of soul. The prayers speak of the interrelationship between the divine Trinity, Father, Son and Spirit, and the elements of the human soul: our thinking, our feeling and our will.