Rooted in Christ and His Word, The Chapel is dedicated to growing committed followers of Christ who live to glorify God through building relationships with God and fellow believers; sharing the Gospel through evangelism and discipleship; and serving our community.

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Services 9:00am & 10:35am

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Advent Series: Christmas Good News
December 17  - The Announcement of Christmas - Luke 1:26-38, Pastor Corey Kugle
Christmas Eve, December 24  - The Joy of Christmas - Luke 2:1-20, Pastor Corey Kugle

Current Sermon Series

In a world filled with BAD news, Christmas offers GOOD news! That GOOD news is centered in the object of Christmas, the One whom Christmas is all about. We'll look to God's Word, in both the Old and New Testaments, to set our focus on the who of Christmas, and why HE is GOOD news for us today.

Advent Reading Plan

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Visiting a new church can make anyone nervous but we have answers to your questions and would love to meet you on Sunday!


Learn more about opportunities to build relationships with God and fellow believers through fellowship and discipleship.


The church is made up of the people who come and faithfully serve the Lord together. Here are some ways to serve locally and globally.

Current Sermon Series

Building On The Essentials

In our study of 1 John, the Apostle’s purpose is clearly stated in 5:13, "I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you may know that you have eternal life."

John is writing that we can be assured that we have eternal life in Jesus Christ.  And we need to know that truth if we are going to live our lives for our Lord.

John is writing at the end of the first century, most likely from the city of Ephesus, which had become a powerful center for the gospel.  He writes out of his concern for the church at large, to protect them from false teachers who had left the church and were a threat to the Body of Christ.

The error of these false teachers was both theological (denying that Jesus was the Christ, the Son of God) and ethical (believing that you can call yourself a child of God and at the same time live in sin). Today, the study of 1 John becomes more and more significant as these same errors continue to permeate our society.

Chapel family, as we study this great letter of the New Testament, we can be encouraged in the truth of God’s Word and therefore stand upon it, building our lives on the essential truths so as to make a difference in our lost society.  

We are committed to teaching God's truth, applying it in our daily lives, and providing many wonderful opportunities for children, students, and adults to learn, grow, and serve. 

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