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Attention Parents:

Some 2020-2021 forms, book lists, and summer course packs are now available in PDF format at the link below.

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Not being allowed to sing in the building has not stopped the community from enjoying worship together. Ramsey Fambrough (violin) and Caleb Kang (cello) opened Chapel Wednesday afternoon with the beautiful hymn, “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing.”

After the reading of Isaiah 58:1-12, Marvin and Suzie Lahoud spoke to Chapel attendees via video feed. Before coming to the United States, Mr. Lahoud was an engineer in Lebanon, as well as a pastor. He and Mrs. Lahoud managed relief and development projects for refugees and internally displaced populations in Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq.

Read more about Stories of Hearbreak and Hope from Lebanon

Chapel began Wednesday afternoon with a beautiful violin duet of “In Christ Alone,” performed by Ramsey Fambrough and Gabriel Diaz.

Following this lovely rendition, Mr. Frank Guerra gave the Chapel message, asking, “What are you going to do when God blesses you?” Mr. Guerra reviewed the story of Joseph (Genesis chapters 37-50) pointing out the challenges and dysfunction of the family in which Joseph grew up. Joseph was clearly his father’s favorite, and his 10 older brothers hated him for it. He was an arrogant and self-important youth who was convinced by his dreams that he would someday rule over both his brothers and his parents. Finally, when Joseph was 17, his brothers had enough! They sold Joseph to passing Ishmaelite traders and told their father he had been killed by a wild animal. Yet this is the family through whom God chose to eventually bless all nations!

Read more about What Will You Do When God Blesses You?

Students from the Trinity Institute for Leadership and Social Justice spoke to the Boston Trinity Community on Wednesday morning. Will Echols, this year's Trinity Institute Prefect, began by giving a short introduction to the Institute, stating that it empowers students to live out faith, integrity, and service as they integrate these into their education. He invited all who were listening to open their hearts to hear God's voice and find what His peace means for us in the midst of hardship.

Read more about God's Heart for Mental Health


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