Trinity Sunday is about God and not about us. And yet, because we can know God only in relationship, it has to be about us too. We acknowledge the God we worship and praise, the God to whom we owe everything, but we understand and/or experience God through how God interacts with us individually and collectively. We know God, then through one another, through living in community and worshiping as a gathered body. We cannot know everything about God; our minds cannot comprehend the totality of God. So, everything is a metaphor. Everything we know about God is a description, a shadow of what God really is. On this Trinity Sunday, we celebrate a God who is not distant and aloof and apart, but a God who is present in what came to be through a word spoken in the void. We worship a God who came down like fire and burned a mission into our hearts.