The Trinity Chaplet began by inspiration.
Being familiar with the liturgically-based and formal prayer forms of the Roman Catholic and Anglican traditions, as well as with the extemporaneous and Scripture-based forms of prayer used by the Denominational/Non-denominational/Evangelical traditions, I longed for a form of prayer that would bring the best of all worlds together.
The Trinity Chaplet was created to bridge the different, yet very rich, traditions. To Denominational/Non-denominational/Evangelical traditions, the Trinity Chaplet offers the element of contemplation and meditation in the use of a tactile aid to prayer.
To the Roman tradition, the Trinity Chaplet brings the broadness of Scripture, and the versatility of employing different Scripture verses for different prayer needs.
To the Anglican tradition, the Trinity Chaplet brings uniformity and familiarity of form while still providing the versatility of employing different Scripture verses for different prayer needs.
We pray you will be as blessed as we have been in bringing the Trinity Chaplet into a well rounded prayer life.