Holy Trinity Classical Christian School invites the Beaufort community to the 9th Annual Christmas Program entitled “Miracle of the Small,” on Tuesday, Dec. 14 at 6 pm at Community Bible Church. This is a Christmas musical celebration including several musical selections from Ireland or the British Isles, traditional carol singing, and Scriptural reading featuring Holy Trinity students in grades K-12. The program is inspired by the life of Saint Brigid, one of the patron saints of Ireland.
Anna Booman, Fine Arts Teacher for Holy Trinity, said, “Born a slave in a poor and war-torn country, Brigid did not seem destined for greatness. Yet God was able to use Brigid to perform great miracles and enact great change throughout Ireland. Brigid’s story reminds us of the profound Christmas truth: that God can work mighty miracles through the small and humble.”
Admission is free. Doors open at 5:30 pm at Community Bible Church, 638 Parris Island Gateway, Beaufort (29906). For more information, please contact the school office at 843-522-0660.
About Holy Trinity
Founded in 2012and now in its tenth year, Holy Trinity Classical Christian School is an independent, non-parochial school which serves more than 400 students in the Beaufort community. Their inaugural graduating class of 19 students in 2020 were awarded over $3.5 million in scholarship offers, had 4 of Beaufort County’s 5 National Merit Scholarship Finalists, and 9 Palmetto Scholars. In 2021, Holy Trinity graduated 21 students with more than $2.5 million in scholarship offers. The school caps enrollment in Pre-K through 12th grades at 450-500. Holy Trinity has purposely set its tuition rates low in order to keep the school accessible to any family who desires a classical, Christian education for their child. Since 2012, Holy Trinity has awarded over $7.5 million in additional tuition discounts and need-based aid which is made possible through generous donors. For more information about the school, please contact the school office at 843-522-0660 or visit the website at www.HTCCS.org.