Chapel

Hearing and Responding to God

Chapel is a time set apart from the hectic nature of daily school life that allows faculty and students to come together for a time of biblical teaching, religious contemplation, and corporate worship. Pastors, community leaders, faculty members, and fellow students are invited to address the community. The student chapel bands also lead the group in singing contemporary worship songs and traditional hymns.

Chapel Recaps

Only One Thing is Worthy

Mr. Omar Brown, Boston Trinity's Chaplain, told students Wednesday morning, "Only one thing is worthy." He asked, "What does it mean to have only one desire?

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Convocation: 16 Years and Going Strong

Boston Trinity students were fully engaged in the Convocation message delivered by Reverend Charles Drew, founding pastor of Emmanuel Presbyterian Church in New York City, on Wednesday morning.

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Is Worship Worth It?
Is worshiping God worth our time and energy? Boston Trinity's Headmaster, Mr. Frank Guerra, addressed this question in our first Chapel service of the school year.
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