"I see you as adults." Thus began Pastor Sean Richmond (Jonathan, Samuel) as he began Wednesday morning's Chapel message. He told the students that if they were making adult decisions about certain aspects of their lives, then he wanted to treat and speak to them as adults. He proceeded to challenge them in their faith in a big way.
Boston Trinity's Board Chairman, Mr. Robert Bradley, spoke to Chapel attendees about courage and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Wednesday morning.
In recognition of Black History Month, Boston Trinity Academy invited ethnicity and evangelism specialist Sarah Shin to speak in Wednesday's Chapel. Ms. Shin is the author of the newly released book "Beyond Colorblind: Redeeming our Ethnic Journey".
Ms. Kelley Steinhaus, Executive Director of UniteBoston, got students' attention when she asked, "What are some of your favorite apps?" She pointed to the fact that cell phones have revolutionized the way we communicate; instant communication was not always possible. She continued, "If we can at any moment connect with anyone, then whom should we be connected to?"
The Boston Trinity Academy community celebrated the legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Wednesday's Chapel service.
Reverend Art Gordon, lead pastor of St. John Missionary Baptist Church in Roxbury, began by saying many people will come together in many different events to celebrate the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., "but," he asked, "do we dare to celebrate his message?"