Understanding the Holy Trinity June 21, 2019 Peggy Epley Deacon Emil and Father Jay invite our youth and adults to form a circle around the perimeter of the church to demonstrate that the Divine Persons is more of an action than a definition. Deacon Emil explains that each person contributes to a part of the circle. The entire group and what they do together make up the circle. All persons push and pull against one another, not in resistance or by force, but in support and unity. The circle is in constant motion and focused on others and not themselves. The Holy Trinity is indeed a united circle of love.