Join us as we explore how to approach difficult topics from a Christian perspective. You'll be informed, equipped, and challenged to address these areas biblically, theologically, and practically. Each ABF will begin in their respective rooms, then combine for the teaching time. No need to sign up. All adults are welcome, so please join us! Check the schedule.
Dr. Jeremy Norwood, Associate Professor at Spring Arbor University, will present two different talks: “God, Justice, and Human Trafficking” focusing on what the Bible says about justice and our response to it as Christians, and “Human Trafficking: A Community Discussion and Response” uncovering what human trafficking looks like and how we can work together to combat it. Everyone is invited. Learn more.
Join us for a wonderful day as we celebrate with those who have chosen to follow our Lord's example through water baptism. We will enjoy a morning of worship and testimonies at 9:00 and 10:35 am and then have the baptisms at Jean Klock Park at 2:00 pm. If you would like to be baptized, please talk with one of our pastors, or email Pastor Phil Bubar. Learn more about baptism at The Chapel and sign up for an Instruction Class.
Did you know that you can now give online to support The Chapel? Our new online community, My Place, gives you an easy and convenient way to give anywhere, anytime. You can give a one-time gift with a debit or credit card (no My Place login required), or set up a repeating gift with your checking account, debit, or credit card (My Place login required). There is no charge to you to use this secure service. You can also continue to give by cash or check in the offering on Sundays, mail a check directly to The Chapel, or via online bill payment through your bank. Visit our new "Give" webpage for all the details.
So as a chef prepares a great meal, a teacher prepares a great lesson! Come learn the important steps of planning, preparing, and presenting a great Bible lesson. Rookie, veteran, and aspiring teachers are all encouraged to attend. Learn more and sign up.
Once again we are collecting backpacks and supplies to donate to DHHS foster kids and students at local schools. Click here for the list of needed supplies and then bring your donated items to The Chapel July 23-August 20 and place them in the bins that will be located at the Missions kiosk.
Our quilting ministry extends a touch of warmth and care to elderly members of our community by providing lap quilts. While some people with experience in sewing and quilting are needed, not all quilting tasks require specialized skills. If you would like to be a part of this ministry, call Sue Templeton at 269-930-1920 or email email@example.com.
The Chapel has three adult teams servings overseas in August: one at a basketball camp in China, and two at volleyball camps at Word of Life, Hungary. Please commit to praying for them while they serve by signing up at the kiosk in the foyer. You are also invited to join us for a prayer send-off for our two groups going to Hungary on Friday, August 4 at 10:30 am and Thursday, August 10 at 11:00 am.
Dads... come enjoy a rare opportunity to spend some quality time camping out overnight with your kids! The Dads-N-Kids Campout is for Chapel Dads and their K–5th grade children. Kids can invite friends and dads can invite other dads to participate with their kids. Cost is $5/person. Learn more and sign up.
This month we will celebrate the power of our personal stories as we came to know Christ as our Lord and Savior. Three of our Chapel brothers in Christ will be sharing. So please join us for another excellent breakfast in fellowship with each other. Let us know you're coming.
This week in Big House, elementary kids in both hours are learning about faith and trust. In Matthew 14, we see the story of Jesus walking on water. Jesus proved that He can be trusted through His miracles and teachings. His death and resurrection show us that He is who He says He is. Even in the midst of fear and doubt, we can hold out our empty hands, like Peter, and cry, “Lord, save me!” He will answer, and we can respond in worship of our Lord and Savior.
SpringHill Day Camp is coming to The Chapel and bringing rock climbing walls, waterslides, Gospel focused curriculum and their amazing staff! It's open to kids K-5 and promises to be a fun, life-changing week your kids won't want to miss! Register online & learn more at SpringHillDayCamp.com. Note: Special needs campers requiring one-on-one service must register by Friday, July 21 at 5:00 pm. All other registrations after Sunday, July 23 will be subject to availability. Please register early to ensure your child's spot at Day Camp.