The Season of Trinity is the second part of the church year. The first part is the period from Advent through to Pentecost, when we commemorate the birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, culminating in the Ascension and the gift of the Holy Spirit.
During the sundays after Trinity, known as Ordinary Time, we remember the ministry of Jesus. Our readings follow his life and teachings, the calling of the disciples, the miracles and parables, his wandering in the desert and his teaching in Galilee. The season ends on the feast of Christ the King, the sunday before Advent.
Starting with our Harvest Festival on the 7th October, and ending on the 28th, we will be observing the 'Creation Season', when we will be thinking about our stewardship of the world, and our place in it.