Let’s face it, sometimes the daily routine just feels…routine. Maybe there’s something MORE.
+ Stuff for your Kids
Every weekend we offer environments for kids from infants through 8th grade during the adult weekend service times. All the great things you experience in the main service are available to your kids, and presented in a way that helps them connect. Songs, Bible teaching, friendships, and fun are all here and waiting for your kids. For questions about kidStuff, email Jason@theChapel.cc.
You can have peace of mind that your child is safe, learning about God and having way too much fun.
(Infants – Kindergarten)
Clubhouse kids are all about fun! Games, crafts, and interactive Bible teaching are where it’s at for our little ones. The Clubhouse is located inside Bldg. A.
(1st – 5th grade)
Ready for a high-energy experience for your high-energy kids? The Zone is electric! With crazy contests, awesome music, and a message just their size, the Zone will keep them WANTING to come to church. The Zone is located inside Bldg. D.
(6th – 8th grade)
Murge provides the segue into the adult weekend service for junior high students. Located in Bldg B. during each weekend service with Live worship, relevant messages and a great opportunity to meet other students. Murge is the place to be!
Frequently Asked Questions
Now you’re standing in it. theChapel was planted in January of 2010, and what God has done in and through theChapel in the lives of people and in our community is amazing. The Association of Related Churches (ARC) helped us get started and we remain a proud ARC church, helping plant churches all over the country. It’s been an amazing ride so far. When God sets out to do something, it always is.
It really comes down to three things:
• We’re totally committed to God’s word. Specifically, we believe it shows us exactly who God is, and who we are. And we commit together to apply it in our day-to-day lives.
• We are passionate worshippers. This doesn’t stop when the music does. Assigning our worth to God is an active part of how we prioritize life.
• We have a saying around here: “theChapel is not just a place you go to, it’s also a place you go from.” Yes, we’re aware you shouldn’t end a sentence with a preposition, but we like how it sounds. Even more, we like what it means. Our church is at its best when we’re serving the community in which we live.