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Life is all about relationships. As our church grows, we do not want our members to grow apart. For that reason connecting people is one of our primary aims. Through a variety of small groups and ministries, we seek to foster genuine relationships for everyone in this local body.

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Sunday School

Sunday School Classes meet downstairs at 9 am on Sunday Mornings. These classes offer a smaller setting to learn from Scriptures and build community with other believers. Classes study books of the bible and topical issues relevant to the Christian life. More details on Church Center. Greeters in the lobby can help you find your way. 

Classes are occasionally cancelled for special Sundays such as Family Sundays or holidays.

Current classes are listed below

  • Starting Point

    The "Starting Point" class digs into the doctrine and theology of The Chapel, who we are as a body, and what membership looks like. This class serves as a great introduction to The Chapel for new attenders, and is a required step for membership at The Chapel.

    Meets for five Sundays: July 7, 14, 21, 28, August 4

    Room B3


  • Sermon on the Mount

    This class will be a verse-by-verse dive into Matthew 5-7. This study will look deeply at Jesus’ teachings on our own hearts and our dispositions toward other people, our treasures, and most importantly toward God. From the beatitudes and the Lord’s Prayer to the narrow gate and the wise builder, come find out why “when Jesus had finished saying these things, the crowds were amazed at his teaching.”(Matthew 7:28).  Come be amazed too!

    Conference Center

  • Promises Made

    For many of us, our knowledge of the Old Testament is limited to a few of our favorite stories we heard in Children's Church. Yet, as we read through the pages between those stories, we quickly see there is far more to the Old Testament that is not only interesting to study but also vital in setting up the scene for Christ's incarnation. In our study "Promises Made," we will walk through the Old Testament and explore both the familiar stories as well as some of the less familiar details and themes that increase our understanding of God's nature, our identity as God's people, and the promises made that provide the foundation of the gospel story and our unchanging hope. 

    Room B2

  • Yahweh Speaks

    In this 12-week Apologetics class we will look at the following: How did we get the Bible? How can we be sure the Bible can be trusted? How should I answer a skeptic? How can I teach my kids and grandkids that the Bible is the Word of God? Learn the story behind the creation, preservation, and dissemination of the most widely-read book of all time.

    Room C2

  • Philippians

    Come join the study of the book of Philippians. Paul’s letter from prison demonstrates his Christlike love for the believers in Philippi. While receiving word from the church’s faithful servant Epaphroditus, Paul instructs the believers on two prominent themes: “Unity” and “Rejoicing.” Be blessed and challenged to develop the “mind of Christ” as you attend this study of Philippians.

    Room A7

  • Reverb (Youth Sunday School)

    Junior High & High School students meet together in the youth areas on Sunday mornings to study God's Word and enjoy some breakfast snacks.

    Youth Area

  • Children's Sunday School

    Children through sixth grade meet in age specific classes to see and understand the living Bible. 

    Children's Wing

  • Nursery

    Drop your birth through 3 year-old child off at their age appropriate room and trust that your child will be cared for and loved during his or her time with us while being taught Scripture-based lessons.

    Children's Wing

Upcoming or Previous Classes

  • The Discerning Woman

    Through The Discerning Woman, ladies will grow in understanding Biblical discernment and wisdom by exposing fallacy and exalting God’s Truth. Tim Challies said, “Those who fear the Lord, those who know God, must be discerning, for God himself is the very source of discernment.  God is also our motive for discernment, for by living lives marked by discernment we bring honor and glory to his name”.


    “We destroy arguments and every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of God, and take every thought captive to obey Christ.” 2 Corinthians 10:5

  • Biblical Principles of Parenting

    Parenting is difficult, but it doesn't have to be confusing. Biblical Principles of Parenting is a 10 session Sunday School class designed to encourage and establish parents seeking to raise children in a way that honors Christ. Consider the current culture and challenges that affect the Christian home and gain practical insight and guidance based on the authority of Scripture.

  • Fundamentals of the Faith

    For new believers, those new to intentionally studying the Bible, or those just looking for a refresher in apologetics. The Fundamentals of the Faith Sunday School Class examines what the Bible is, what it says, and why we should hold fast to what it teaches.

  • Counseling for Community

    Essential to every healthy church community is a culture where members proactively build up fellow believers and help them apply the Christian faith to everyday challenges. This class focuses on the topic of biblical counseling and the role it plays in our calling as Christians in the local church.

Small groups

Small groups provide learning opportunities, support, accountability, fellowship, and allow us to do 'life' together. They offer a more intimate setting to study the Bible and ask questions. Through these groups, we seek God to transform our lives.

Small Groups meet from September through May. See below or go to Church Center for more information about joining a small group.

Psalms is arguably the most important book in the Old Testament. Aside from being the longest book, it is also the most quoted book in the New Testament. Speaking to its value and overall importance in biblical studies, Martin Luther once stated that the Psalms are “the Bible in miniature.” Despite its long-attested importance, however, Psalms remains a challenging book for anyone to grasp and, as a result, is often relegated to an occasional quote for personal motivation and nothing more. Yet, as we will come to see this fall, the Psalms can, in fact, be understood by God’s people and can still provide valuable instruction for us today as it instructed God’s people in centuries past.

Register for a Small Group