Chapel News

Christmas Concerts 2017

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Thank you to those who were able to join us for our Christmas Concerts. We loved celebrating Christ’s birth with you throughout the concerts, and we enjoyed meeting with you! We also want to give a big thank you to the many volunteers who helped serve everyone during the concerts. As we...

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Tags: beautiful savior, choir, christmas concert, ted cornel

Open Door Pre-Advent Gathering: Serve and Celebrate!

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Missed Open Door Pre-Advent Serve and Celebration? That's ok! We recorded Nina Simone's talks from both sessions, and they are available by clicking the buttons below. OPEN DOOR: NINA SIMONE, NOV. 14 TALK Open Door: Nina Simone, Nov. 28 Talk

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Tags: advent, women's ministry, nina simone

Prayer for Sutherland Springs, Texas

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Most of you are aware of the tragic news from this past Sunday in Texas where a gunman shot and killed 26 people and injured 20 more as they worshipped at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs. The ages of those killed ranged from 17 months to 77 years. This kind of tragedy should move us...

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Kickoff Leader Dinner 2017

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Every fall and spring we gather all small group leaders for fellowship and training. This year we looked at the theme of Unity in groups. The evening began with an overview of small group news, including the Chapel Wide Study: Kingdom Values, and then dove into Unity in three parts. Unity with...

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Student Ministry Missions Experience 2017

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It has been an exciting summer witnessing all that God did on and through each of our mission trips! As the fall season quickly approaches, we would love to help you get plugged in if you aren’t already! Click here to watch the baptism videos Nick Mercer's Introduction Luke Kincaid's...

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Tags: mission experience, nashville, nicaragua, north carolina, sm, student ministry, williamsburg, norfolk

Elder Elections

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Click the buttons below to view each nominee and appointee. Mike MorsePaul Roa Ron Fisher Elder Nominations Mike Morse Francie and I were married in 1967. I was half way through medical school and she was beginning a graduate degree in clinical social work. We could never have imagined the...

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Instagram!

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We’re now on Instagram! Follow us to see more of what’s going on around the Chapel. Follow @wcchapel757, or click the button below to go straight to the page.

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All Staff Training: Discipleship

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Each year, our staff participates in two All-Staff Training events: one focusing on discipleship and one focusing on leadership. This year's Discipleship Training was held on Friday, February 10, and we studied through the minor prophets of the Old Testament with Professor Brennan Breed of...

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A Note from Travis

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Dear Chapel Family, The first Sunday of the fall ministry season is always an important moment in the life of our church. Tomorrow (Sunday, Sept. 18) we will chart the course for this year's annual focus, launch a new sermon series entitled, The Movement of God's People, and look ahead to our...

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Tags: 40 years, annual focus, movement, movement of god's people, travis

Romans 9-11: A Panel Discussion

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Of all Paul's letters, the epistle to the Romans stands as one of his most thorough writings on Christian theology. Of its 16 chapters, none are more intriguing than Romans 9-11. If you read through these chapters, you may begin to ask some of the following questions: What...

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Tags: christian theology, panel, romans, romans 9-11, theology

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