An important component of the disciple-making process is looking beyond our own walls to the spiritual and physical needs in our community. Through programs of our own, as well as strategic partnerships with various ministries and organizations in our community, the Chapel’s local mission programs seek to make a lasting impact in our community through these transformational relationships. Small groups, families, and individuals are encouraged to participate in reaching out to our local community.
For more information on Missions at the Chapel, contact Wes White, Missions Pastor, 229-7152, .
Click the button to view ways in which you can currently help our local partners.
Serve with our Local Partners
Care Net’s mission is to bring practical help and hope in Jesus Christ to women facing pregnancy decisions. The center exists to inform and empower women in unplanned pregnancies so they do not default to an abortion as a solution.
Contact: Brayden Tomlinson, 591-0303,
Child Evangelism Fellowship is a Bible-centered organization whose purpose is to teach and disciple children. Good News Clubs are the tool used to teach the Gospel in schools. The Chapel sponsors GNC’s in the county school system. The children of today will be future parents, leaders, and missionaries to the world.
Contact: Tom Boor, 871-6382,
COFM serves homeless men, women, and families in the Greater Williamsburg area. Emergency shelter and food are provided on a weekly basis at local churches from November through March. The Chapel hosts the shelter for a week each shelter season.
Contact: Ashley Willis, 634-6787,
Valor is the CRU ministry for college and high school ROTC cadets, midshipmen, and veterans on college campuses. Valor’s purpose is to launch a movement on campuses where the transformative power of the Gospel causes future leaders and experienced veterans to enter into a lifelong adventure with Christ.
Contact: Jeff Ammons, 849-4145,
Grove Christian Outreach Center, located in the Grove area of James City County, ministers to the physical and spiritual needs of the poor and disadvantaged in our community.
Contact: Pat McCormick, Executive Director, 887-1100,
H.E.A.R.T. provides support and HOPE for victims of sexual assault. This ministry seeks to affect positive change in lives, promote victim empowerment and encourage the public to have a greater understanding and respect for sexual assault victims.
Contact: Rob Smith, 804-829-2981,
The College of William and Mary Intervarsity seeks to meet students and faculty wherever they are in their spiritual journeys. Their goal is to teach them to grow in love for Jesus and obedience to His Word.
Lackey Free Clinic’s mission is to provide skilled, compassionate
Contact: Kim Spencer, 886-0608 ext. 233,
Williamsburg Young Life is committed to introducing adolescents to Jesus Christ and helping them grow in their faith. They seek to impact young people’s lives by having
caring adults come alongside them and share God’s love.
Contact: Nathan Havasy, 703-853-8382,
1. Serve as Helpers with 5-Day Club Team, in Church Plant area, July 16-20.
2. Serve on a Secret-of-the-Watermelon Party Team in the Church Plant area neighborhoods, 2-hour single events in August.
3. Volunteer on a planned, Good News Club for Matthew Whaley Elementary School, in the Church Plant area.
For more information about any of these opportunities, please contact Martha Clouse at 740-972-1689.
Volunteers are needed to assist with our Children’s Summer Lunch Program June 18 – August 24. Help is needed on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays to prepare and distribute the lunches from 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Subs are needed during the summer months to help assist our clients in our Food Pantry and in Food Receiving to help receive and process food donations.
The following “Recurring” opportunities are available for assisting clients in our Food Pantry:
- Monday, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
- Tuesday, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. & 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Please contact Barb Murray, Volunteer & Special Events Coordinator, for more information about these volunteer opportunities.
"Looking Cool for School" box items requested:
Pants and shirts that meet the uniform dress code for James River Elementary School. These items do have to be specified "uniforms". Items may be dropped off in the collection box at the Local Missions Corner.
- Colors - navy, light blue, white, or red with NO logos
- Sizes - 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 14, and 16
- Colors - navy or khaki that are NOT cargo pants and NO logos
- Sizes - 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, and 14
These clothing items can be found at these local shopping venues: Target, Wal-Mart, K-Mart, Kohl's, Old Navy, and J. C. Penney.
Licensed Clinicians (there are several days and time slots available for the positions listed below):
- Spiritual Care Giver, bilingual-Spanish
- Dental Hygienist
- Dental Assistants
- Continually recruiting for Physicians, Dentist, NP, PA, experienced Nurses and MA’s
Non-Licensed Volunteers (a typical volunteer commitment is one half-day a week):
- Data Entry: experienced with a variety of database programs and medical terminology helpful but not required
- Spiritual Care Giver, bilingual-Spanish
- Eligibility Screener: some computer skills required, Thurs. 4-7
- Eligibility Auditor: review documents, some computer skills required, half day, M-F
- Dental Front Office: schedule appointments and make phone calls, preferably bi-lingual/Spanish; Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Kim Spencer, , 757-886-0608 ext. 233, or click the button below and fill out an online application.
Lackey Computer Donations
Lackey Clinic is in need of computers. Specifications needed are:
- Laptop or Desktop, generally able to run Windows 7/10
- 4 GB RAM
- 100 GB hard disk drive
- Ethernet and/or Wi-Fi adapter
- DVD/CD drive (or ability to boot from USB)
If you have any questions or have a computer you would like to donate, please contact Valerie Marshall, , 757-886-0608 ext. 246.