These three acolytes are helping with the ceremonial duties at Trinity Episcopal Church in downtown Greensboro. The photo was taken from the labyrinth which we featured here recently. The word acolyte comes from the Greek word for attendant, helper, or companion and means different things in different religions. These teens appear to be helping with duties like lighting the candles. If you are interested in the concept, Wikipedia has a good introductory explanation encompassing many religions.
For many, including these acolytes, Sunday is a holy day and a day of rest. However, for soccer fans, likely 'rest' will incorporate watching Spain and the Netherlands in the World Cup Final.