The Holy Trinity Logo is a green shamrock leaf reminiscent of the one used by St. Patrick of Ireland to illustrate the mystery of the Holy Trinity: God the Father, God the Son and God the Spirit – Three persons in one God; as with shamrock leaf, there are three parts, yet one leaf only.
The eye in the triangle symbolises God the Father, the PX stands for Pax Christi meaning “Peace of Christ” in Latin and the Dove is the biblical symbol of the Holy Spirit.
The Christian doctrine of the Trinity defines God as three divine persons or hypostases: the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit. The three persons are distinct, yet are the one ‘substance, essence or nature’. A nature is what you are, while a person is who you are.
The Trinity is considered to be a mystery of Christian faith. According to this doctrine, there is only one God in three persons. Each person is God, whole and entire. They are distinct from one another in their relations of origin:as the Fourth Lateran Council declared, ‘it is the Father who generates, the Son who is begotten, and the Holy Spirit who proceeds’.
While distinct in their relations with one another, they are one in all else. The whole work of creation and grace is a single operation common to all three divine persons, who at the same time operate according to their unique properties, so that all things are from the Father, through the Son and in the Holy Spirit. The three persons are co-equal, co-eternal and consubstantial.
No greater LOVE than this exists — that a man should sacrifice his LIFE for those he LOVES. (John 15:13)
The chapel is located on the ground floor. Next to its entrance, you will be welcomed by the wall mural, showing Jesus with children of many races, with the statement: Let the children come to me and do not stop them…” (Luke 18:16)
Upon entering the chapel, you will immediately be drawn to the delicate white marble sculpture behind the altar. It was created to give the faithful a visual representation of the saving love of the Lamb of God — directly related to the Paschal Lamb of passover. This is depicted as a lamb with its blood flowing from its side, standing on the “Book of Knowledge” holding a banner with its forefoot, on which a cross is inscribed. The lamb is a symbol of Christ, the cross symbolises His passion and the banner, his victory over sin and death.
Above it is the hand of God which represents our Father the Almighty who is watching over everything.
Underneath the foot of the lamb, you will see the lamb standing on the “Book of Knowledge” with seven seals, seven trumpets, and seven bowls/vials which are connected to one another. They serve as a reminder of the end times judgment from God (as described in the Book of Revelation).
The chapel is typically used for weekday masses, children masses, wedding ceremonies, funerals, prayers, talks, and praise and worship. The seating space can accommodate up to 200 people comfortably. There is also a confessional where parishioners can go for confession during weekdays.
You will also find the 14 Stations of the Cross made of colourful stained glass framing the chapel walls, the eight Beatitudes of Jesus, and a Shrine of the Perpetual Succour which reminds us that Mary our mother, given to us through Jesus is always in our hearts (John 19:27).