Some led worship, some read scripture, some spoke, some prayed. Whatever the task assigned, the Class of 2021 gave their all Wednesday morning when they shared their insights on spiritual disciplines.
The Upper School and Horizons Choirs combined to open Wednesday morning's Chapel service, singing "Center of my Joy", directed by Mr. Robert Pate and featuring Somachi Amadi, Bryana Bello, and Chanel Sanchez as soloists.
Following their lovely performance, Pastor Mark Scott (Caleb, '20), Associate Pastor of Azusa Christian Community Center in Dorchester and Boston Trinity Academy Board member, delivered the annual Veterans Day Chapel address. "The Armed Services is the best teacher," Pastor Scott said. "The Air Force taught me everything I needed to know to be successful."
With a soft-spoken manner that belied her wit and sense of humor, Dr. Anna Rozonoer (Maria Kruk, '22) delivered a brief but essential message in Wednesday morning's Chapel.
Dr. Paul Borthwick, senior consultant to Development Associates International, challenged his audience's vision of God when he addressed Chapel Wednesday morning. We are to take the light of Christ to the nations, he said, that all might learn to fear God. "Our vision of God is too small," he stated. "We tend to make God into our own cultural image." Dr. Borthwick invited everyone to seek what God's heart is for the world. "[God] is not saying we shouldn't be concerned about America," Dr. Borthwick continued, "but not just America."