The Class of 2019 did not disappoint the Boston Trinity Academy community when they led the annual Junior Chapel on Wednesday morning.
"Who would you say you are? What things define you?" Zeke Smith, area director of FOCUS Boston, asked these questions of students as he began Wednesday morning's Chapel message.
Reverend Mark Scott (Caleb), retired United States Air Force Veteran, Associate Pastor of Azusa Christian Community Center in Dorchester, and Boston Trinity trustee, exhorted students in Wednesday morning's Chapel to consider service.
Ms. Serene Chua spoke to students and staff Wednesday morning about what it means to worship through sacrifice. Ms. Chua, who has a passion for developing discipleship in teens and college students, is on staff with Navigators at the Boston University campus.
Boston Trinity students were happy to welcome back Mr. Steve Armandt, former BTA Chaplain and Bible Department Chair, as Wednesday morning's Chapel speaker.
Mr. Armandt began by asking the students, "When do you say, 'Is it worth it'?"