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FUSED is a ministry to engage high school students in conversations, activities & relationships that help them to Believe, Grow, Serve, & Change Your World for Christ.

We meet weekly on Sunday mornings (10:40AM). Sunday mornings is an extension of our 9:15AM all church worship service and aims to help students grow in their faith through worship music, relevant teaching and a great group of peers and adults to challenge them in their faith. Sunday Nights is a great time for students to invite new people to come and have a blast and check out what a life lived for God looks like. We also have periodic trips and retreats, as well as different opportunities to engage their faith around school and the community.

If you'd like to get more information visit the CONNECTION page below or contact our High School Pastor, Dan Baker, dbaker@thechapel.net or (260) 625-6200.

Fused Winter Weekend 

Join your friends for a weekend of fun in Evart, MI as we head to Springhill Camp. We will enjoy a great speaker, times of worship and small group, as well as tubing, crafts, and broomball. This is a great weekend to grow in your faith and strengthen those friendships in FUSED.

Please make sure to continue the registration through payment confirmation or your registration will not process.

Amazing Race Christmas Party

 Sunday, December 16 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m., we will have our 6th Annual A.R.C.P. Students will meet at The Chapel to finalize teams and receive instructions. Teams will be sent out on a Christmas themed scavenger hunt that takes teams around the Southwest Fort Wayne area and ends at Mocha Lounge where prizes and trophies will be awarded. Students can join a team or create their own team. Transportation for groups should be planned in advance. Minors will not be allowed to ride with other student drivers without prior parent approval.

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