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A Typical Sunday at The Chapel


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A Typical Sunday at The Chapel


If you have never visited The Chapel then we would love to have you join us! 

A typical Sunday at The Chapel includes Sunday School, worshiping God through music, preaching and teaching from God's word, and fellowship to build vital relationships.

 

Sunday School

Sunday morning starts with the Sunday school program at 9:30 AM for all ages that begins in September and ends in June. 

There will not be Sunday School on December 23rd, and December 30th.

CHILDREN

There are four classes for children: preschool (ages 3-5) and grades 1-4, grades 5-6, grades 7-8, and grades 9-12.
 

ADULTS

There are two classes for adults. 

 

Worship God

In Psalm 29:2 we are instructed to worship the Lord:

Ascribe to the LORD the glory due to His name;
Worship the LORD in holy array.

What better way to start the Sunday service than to worship our God who is glorious and has done great things!

We offer childcare for nursery and pre-school age children during the entire morning service all year round.

 

Preaching and Teaching the Word of God

And we preach to you the good news of the promise made to the fathers, (Acts 13:32).

We are blessed with pastors who faithfully proclaim a Christ centered message to challenge, strengthen, and encourage us.

Just prior to the teaching segment of the morning service children K-3rd grade are dismissed from the main congregation to participate in our junior church program where the word of God is taught through age-appropriate teaching methods.

 

Vital Relationships

Following the service there is a time of fellowship with coffee and refreshments. But this time is an opportunity for more than just hanging around and munching on goodies. One of the themes at The Chapel is that "God changes lives through vital relationships". So this time can also be used to start a new relationship with someone you do not know, or strengthen and cultivate existing relationships to build up the body of Christ.