The true measure of a church is not how many people are inside its walls but how many people GO out to change their world.

Due to Covid-19 The Chapel has cancelled all upcoming Mission Trips, however there are still ways to Change Your World.


Change Your World at The Chapel is about inviting people into a life-changing relationship with Jesus. It is within the very spaces where you work, live, and play that God has given you the greatest opportunity to live out this purpose.  Our goal is to provide local, national, and global opportunities throughout the year to help you build relationships, discover and use your gifts, share your story, and positively impact others by being the hands and feet of Jesus.

Coats for Kids

We will be partnering with the local Coats for kids program to promote a coat drive at The Chapel starting at this weekend’s services.  The Chapel will be collecting new and gently used warm winter coats through Sunday, January 31st.  We will have large carboard collection boxes in both the sanctuary and children’s wing lobbies for easy drop off of the coats. The greatest need is currently for heavy winter coats, but coats size infant through adult large will be accepted.  These coats will be distributed through local schools in our community to children in need.  Last year this program was able to provide coats to over 5,000 children.

GO Day

One Saturday morning a month, we create opportunities for groups, families, couples, individuals, and students to go out into our local community to be the hands and feet of Christ. We affectionately call these “Go Days.”

Disaster Response

We believe ministry should happen at the speed of life - and sometimes that means reacting to disasters when they occur. We believe that we have been called to respond when disaster strikes, and so our Change Your World team keeps an eye out for places where we can assist and partner with others in the aftermath of a disaster. 

Dominican Republic

Join us as we travel to the Caribbean Mountain Academy in Jarabacoa, DR. The Caribbean Mountain Academy (CMA) is a school for troubled youth operated by Lifeline/ Crosswinds International. At the CMA, young men and women who are lost are given a structure and foundation to help them find a better path


The Chapel has a long history with Haiti and our partner, Mission of Hope. For many years, The Chapel regularly sent teams to Mission of Hope to help establish their medical clinic, facilities, and various other ministries. And now, through God’s faithfulness, Mission of Hope has an incredible medical clinic run by Haitian medical professionals as well as an orphanage, school, nutrition program, and church advancement plan. 


For several years Living Hope and The Chapel have partnered with our friends in southern Honduras to impact many children’s lives with our Hope Center. Extremely impoverished children are finding a HOPE and Future through our center that has literally changed their lives both physically and spiritually. Through this partnership God has been on the move and is now providing more opportunites to Change your world in Honduras.

Huntersfield Christian Training Center

HCTC is a retreat center located in the Catskills Mountain Range in New York.  They offer a number of opportunities, including a Christ centered discipleship program specializing in helping men with struggling with addiction accept the Biblical message of becoming a "new creation" through faith in Jesus Christ.  This program focuses on developing the whole person through biblical and vocational training as well has leading them through the 12 steps of recovery.  The Chapel sends teams to support this mission by doing construction projects at the Center while working side by side with the men who are in the program. 


Kolkata, India, represents one of the largest unreached people groups in the world. Despite increasing opposition, our partners work alongside the local church to share the truth about Jesus in the heart of Kolkata. The Chapel sends teams to encourage and serve our partners. This means our work varies from trip to trip, depending on their ministry needs and vision.


Teams from The Chapel partner with the local church in Jordan to love, serve, and pray with Syrian refugees through home visits and resource distribution. These visits not only help meet physical needs but also provide opportunities for relationship, spiritual conversations, and hope.


This is a seven day trip to Uganda, in which our team will assist in drilling a water well in a rural community. In addition to drilling a well to satisfy the physical thirst of the villagers, the Chapel team will be able to share the “living water” of Jesus Christ with community members. We will share Bible stories, drill a well, share the gospel, and play with the children of the village to build relationships


The true measure of a church is not how many people are inside its walls but how many people GO out to change their world.