NEXT STEPS — CONNECT
We’re excited you’re taking the next step to connect! Here are a few ways to get you started.
Fort Worth Campus: Sundays, May 2 through May 16 | 9 a.m. Meeting in person
West Campus: Sundays, May 2 through May 16 | 9:15 a.m.
Meeting in person
Online: Sundays, May 16 and May 23 | 2 p.m. | Meeting via Zoom
South Campus: Sundays, June 6 through June 20 | 12:30 p.m. Meeting in person
This is the place to start if you’re ready to connect and make Christ Chapel your church home!
In the class you’ll meet more people who are putting down roots at Christ Chapel, get to know Christ Chapel’s leadership and learn about all the ways we’re here to help you grow in your faith.
Choose your campus to sign up:
Looking for community in 2021? We’re here to help.
Click here to answer a few questions. We’ll do the rest to find you a group of Christ Chapelites your age and in your season of life.
Whether you prefer in person or online, we’ll help you get the community you’ve been waiting for.
WOMEN IN THE WORD
Join us as we study John’s unique gospel and experience the abundant life that comes from Jesus, the Living Word.
Throughout the book of John, Jesus reveals God the Father and narrates the way to salvation through compassionate conversations, intimate prayers, loving relationships, miraculous signs and ultimately His sacrificial death.
He not only speaks the Word of God; He is the Word of God.
BAND OF BROTHERS
Tuesdays, May 11 through June 22
6:30a.m. – The Commons
7 p.m. – The Commons
Wednesdays, May 12 through June 23
6 a.m. – The Depot
Thursdays, May 13 through June 24
6:30 a.m. – Oak Room
7 p.m. – The Den
Much to his dismay, Jonah was tasked by God to deliver a message of redemption to the pagan people of Ninevah. He strongly resisted God’s call, preferring to die rather than risk seeing the ungodly Ninevites repent and escape the wrath of God.
What should our reaction be when seemingly “underserving” people discover and enjoy God’s mercy and grace?
This summer’s study will answer that question as we trace the theme of God’s grace to undeserving sinners like the people of Ninevah, Jonah … and the rest of us.