Adult ministries


My Great Big God!—Sept. 10 (ongoing)—Babies through PreK

Wrapping All The Way: Learn the story behind our Christmas Program and practice- Oct. 8-Dec. 9 - Grades K-8

The Gospel Project—Sept. 10 (ongoing)—Students in grades 6-12.

Financial Peace University—Sept. 17 - Nov. 12—Preregistered adults

Table  for Two - Oct. 8-22 - Married Couples

Cafe Discussions - Oct. 8-22 - Adults

First Steps to Membership - Oct. 8-22 - See below

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Baby Dedication Class - Oct.29 - Nov. 5

Angels - Nov. 5 - 19

Interested in Membership?

First Steps is a series of classes designed for those who are interested in becoming members.  All are welcome, even if you are just looking to find out more about us.

  • October 8 - Foundations: What We Believe
  • October 15 - Flourish/Family
  • October 22 - Fieldwork/Final Steps

If interested in membership, you can follow up with a signed covenant, immersion baptism, and sharing your testimony with an elder. Contact the office anytime for more information.

Family Care Workshops

DivorceCare for Kids: Wednesdays starting January 2018

DivorceCare: Sundays started September 10

Chapel Hill is providing opportunities for these workshops to help our church family, friends, and neighbors that are traveling

through crisis to find help for their hurts, discover hope for the future, and experience God's healing. Register by contacting with questions.


Prayer Letter—Every Sunday we collect prayer requests and email them to regular attenders who have committed to pray.

Contact the office to be added to mailing list or if you have a prayer request.

Wednesday Nights—6:30-8 pm—Every Wednesday night (except during the month of August) a prayer group gathers at Chapel Hill. Feel free to just show up or contact Caroline Picone with any questions. 

Urgent/Emergency Prayer Chain—At Chapel Hill we want to bring your urgent prayer requests to the Lord as soon as possible. Contact the office for more information. Send urgent requests to Caroline.


Small Groups are important at Chapel Hill for the simple reason that fellowship is important. The deep connections with other

believers that are fostered in Small Groups is foundational and instrumental in the spiritual growth of believers. Read Acts 2:42-347 for how impactful fellowship was in the new church. To choose a Small Group, consider your needs and schedule, then look on the slat board near the church office for a group that might work for you. You can also contact the office or Mark & Kim Klayum to get connected to a group.