Adult ministries

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Repurposed Adults

Repurposed Adults (new name coming soon) is for those in their middle or older years of life. You may have found that some of your "purpose" has changed; maybe you have raised children to adulthood or are enjoying semi-retired or retired life and are wondering what God has in store for you next. Drawing on life's lessons and achievements, this group seeks to honor God in this season by seeking opportunities to serve, mentor and share adventures with Christian friends. There are no requirements or expectations except pointing others to Christ using the gifts God has developed in your life.

Fall Riverboat Dinner Cruise

Sunday, October 13, arrive at 1:00 pm for 1:30 cruise - approximately $31 with taxes/fees for chicken & roast beef buffet and dixie band cruise - Purchase tickets at River Boats using the group name "Chapel Hill Church" AND drop an email to Repurposed at least one week in advance so that we can include you in further communication regarding the event. 

Care Workshops

DivorceCare for Women Summer Session: Mondays, 6:30-8:30 pm, June 3 - August 26

DivorceCare: Mondays, 6:30-8:30 pm, September 9 - December 16, 2019

DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K), Mondays, 6:30 - 8:30 pm, September 9 - December 16, 2019

GriefCare: Mondays, 6:30-8:30 pm, September 9 - December 16, 2019

Life's Healing Choices: Mondays 6:30-8:30 pm, September 9 - October 28, 2019

Celebrate Recovery: Mondays 7:00 - 9:00 pm, Starting November 4

Register here for all family care workshops.

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. Email Family Care with any questions.  

Additional Family Care Opportunities:

Loss of a Spouse Workshop on August 19: One time workshops to provide hope and help for those grieving the loss of a spouse.  Registration is open now.

Night of Encouragement on November 18: Watch for more information on our second Night of Encouragement coming soon!

Surviving the Holidays Workshop on November 25: Join us for a one-time workshop designed for people working through divorce or the loss of a loved one to help them navigate the tricky holiday season. Registration fee is $10. Register at Chapel Hill Registrations.

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 13 - Foundations: What We Believe
  • October 20 - Flourish/Family
  • October 27 - 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.

Adventure Game Community
Fridays or Saturdays, 5:30 - 9:30 pm - See Calendar for dates.

Fantasy Genre like Lord of the Rings/Hobbit/Chronicles of Narnia Interactive group playing game using dice and a created character.  Big imaginations welcome! This group will meet once or twice a month - watch for follow up dates.

Looking for donations of game pieces, dice, small plastic animals, scrabble pieces, etc. If you are looking to get rid of anything like this, please contact Pastor Jamie. 


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.


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

believers that are fostered in Home 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 Mark & Kim Klayum to get connected to a group.