I’m New.

Thank you for searching out more information about theChapel. Whether you’re just asking questions about God or searching for a church home, we’re excited you’re here. When you visit on the weekend, our aim is to provide a friendly, safe place for you to discover a relationship with God.

We want you to be comfortable when you visit, so feel free to dispense with the suit and tie. The typical dress is quite casual. When you arrive, be sure to high-five the traffic volunteers after you park. You’ll want to drop by our Connect tables in the foyer of Building A, or find one of our helpful “red shirts.” They’ll help you find everything you need to have a great experience (including a cup of coffee from one of our coffee coves). They can also help you get connected here at theChapel.

What to expect.

Once you find your way into the Worship Center, grab a seat. The service will begin right on time with some live worship music. As soon as you’re comfortable, we’d love you to sing and clap along. Then typically we’ll do some announcements, and finish off with a short message from the Bible. The service is just 65 minutes long.

We look forward to seeing you this weekend at our Saturday 6pm service or our Sunday services at 8:45, 10:15 or 11:45am!

The vision is hard to miss.

“theChapel is not just a place you go TO, but a place you go FROM.”

Yes, we’re well aware of the abuse of the English language taking place in that sentence, but we like how it sounds. And even more, we like what it means.

When you go TO theChapel:

We try to create an atmosphere that makes it easy for you to Worship God…to sing, clap, lift your hands. The lyrics are on the video screen to help you to actively participate and take a step toward connection with God.

Then we want to offer you a fresh experience with the Word of God. The message is meant to encourage you with practical application for your day-to-day life, and inspire you to dig deeper into the Bible.

When you go FROM theChapel:

It’s time to live it out!  That’s right: we go into our jobs, our homes, our schools, our governments, our neighborhoods and we try to keep God at the center of everything we do.

Then we find needs and meet them…worldwide!  We give of ourselves sacrificially to spread the message of Christ by being useful.  We defend the dignity of the weak, and bring help to those who hurt.

That’s it in a nutshell.

The TO and the FROM are not separate ideas.  They go together. To have a strong FROM you have to have a strong TO. Being planted in your home church gives us the strong TO. Worshipping, serving, giving is in all we do, and we do it all together as a family!

Here’s our official statement of beliefs for those who like official things. Click here to see our Statement of Beliefs.

Look for these signs when you arrive.

Building A:
Worship Center & Clubhouse for Infants – K.

Building B:
Murge for 6th – 8th grade students.

Building D:
The Zone for 1st – 5th graders

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’re checking in 1st – 5th grade students you’ll want to pull toward the back of the property. That’s your closest spot. Handicapped spaces are available closest to the buildings (a parking volunteer can direct you). For everyone else, the main lot is the ticket!
We’re part of a church planting organization called ARC (Association of Related Churches). We work together to train pastors and church leaders all over the country. For more info on ARC, click here.
The Bible is God’s Word. It’s perfect. It’s the foundation of all aspects of what we believe, and we trust it implicitly. For more info on what we believe, click here.
Our teams are ready to receive you 30 minutes prior to the service time. The worship center doors open 15 minutes before, but until then, enjoy a free cup of coffee and meet some new friends. Pulling in 20-30 min early should put you right where you want to be.
We have awesome age-appropriate programs for your kids. The Clubhouse in bldg. A is for Infants-Kindergarten. The Zone in Bldg. D is for 1st – 5th graders. Murge in Bldg. B is for 6th – 8th grade students. For more info click here.