WE ARE EXCITED THAT YOU ARE THINKING ABOUT VISITING US!
Okay. We know it can feel a little awkward to visit a new church. So we've tried to answer the most common questions that people have about the church on their first visit.
Sunday Worship Service
Our weekly Sunday worship service begins at 10:00 am. If you love arriving early and chatting with people, the coffee pots are full and hot by 9:00 am and you can relax in the fellowship hall with coffee, sweets, and good conversation.
Do You Have Any Other Services?
If you're interested in something a little different, on the first Wednesday evening of every month we have our Way Maker Wednesday service. It's free-form worship and ministry service that starts at 6:30 pm but you can arrive when it's convenient and leave when you want to.
How do we dress? "Come as you are.”
We want you to come, no matter what your life circumstance is. In keeping with that, we want you to come in whatever clothes you are comfortable wearing. On any given Sunday or on the monthly Wednesday night services, you will see people dressed in anything from a suit to camouflage. No matter what you are wearing, you are welcome here.
What About Children’s Ministries
Children mean the world to us at Little Chapel and providing them with a safe, secure environment to explore the richness of God and their identity in Jesus Christ is our priority.
On Sundays, just before the teaching portion of the worship service begins, we pray over our children and release them to Kingdom Kids, our "Children's Church" for ages 6-10. There, with teacher Bianca, children can engage in age-appropriate teaching, activities, and prayer. For younger ones, we have Abba's Heart, our nursery under the loving care of Deja. On the first Sunday of each month, when we have communion as a church, the older children come back out to join their parents. We understand that communion is a deeply important practice and we respect the authority of parents to determine what is best for their family in the matter of child participation.
On the first Sunday of the month we have a community meal after the service. This is a time-honored tradition here and we love the opportunity to gather in the Fellowship Hall and share a meal as a church body. It is a wonderful time to get to know each other while enjoying some truly great cooking.
If you are thinking of visiting Little Chapel, we encourage you to join us for one of these meals.
Still Have Questions? Let us know how we can help.