Whether it's a conflict in your marriage, an addiction, a death in the family, or financial and emotional struggles, life can sometimes become overwhelming. Below are resources The Chapel provides to extend compassion, mercy, safety, truth and guidance for those who desire wholeness in their lives.

Food Pantry

Our Food Pantry assists anywhere from 25 to 40 families from The Chapel and the local community every week with basic things like food and other household necessities. 

If you or someone you know needs access to the food pantry please email   or call the office to set up an appointment.

All donations can be dropped off in the bin on the Parker House porch, at our Lincoln Park campus. 

ITEMS CURRENTLY NEEDED:  Peanut butter, cereal, oatmeal, beans, macaroni and cheese, canned fruit, canned vegetables, soup, coffee, pasta sauce, pasta/spaghetti, toothpaste, laundry detergent, body wash. Please no expired food. 

God Sees You

Our vision is to live out Isaiah 1:17 to be actively mission-minded, personal, and relational in serving the Chapel family and our community. Our mission is to connect small groups & individuals with specific opportunities to serve  those in need. We often serve widows/widowers, fatherless/motherless, and those encountering difficult, shorter-term circumstances. 


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Care Groups

The Chapel Care Groups provide help for the present and hope for the future. Care Groups are designed specifically for those facing difficult and seldom-discussed struggles like addiction, life-threatening illness, grief, etc. For more information click here, call the Chapel Office or e-mail us at  .


When special circumstances require help beyond Small Groups and Care Groups, the primary places that we work out care and counseling, we partner with professional biblical counselors in meeting the emotional and spiritual needs of the church. If you would like to speak to a member of Care Team or be connected with a local biblical counselor, please contact .


We understand our need to rely on God’s faithfulness and we are committed to the call we have as a church to hold one another up in prayer.  Please allow us to pray for you by submitting your prayer request here or by filling out a Prayer Request card during any service. The prayer team is also available to pray with individuals at the conclusion of every service each week. Contact   for more information.


The Chapel Visitation team provides prayer and encouragement to individuals who are in the hospital, nursing and assisted living facilities or who those who are homebound. If you or someone you know would enjoy a visit from our team, please contact the Chapel office or email to make arrangements. If you would like to serve on the Visitation team please contact to find out more.

Care Groups


GriefShare is a ministry for people grieving the loss of someone close. This video and curriculum-based program is facilitated by people who understand what you are experiencing and want to offer you comfort and encouragement during this difficult time. 
GriefShare meets 1st & 3rd Monday, 7:00 pm, and 1st & 3rd Wednesday, 1:00 pm.
We meet at the Student Ministry Building on our Lincoln Park Campus. 


Support group for those with life-threatening illnesses, their caregivers, and those who want to help. We meet via Zoom on the second and fourth Monday of the month from 7:00 to 8:30 pm. Please contact with any questions or for more information.

ZOOM meeting ID 148-929-029 and password: 125652
OR by telephone by dialing 1-929-436-2866


The very thing that can drive addictions can be found within every human heart. More than Conquers Addiction Care & Recovery offers a safe environment to provide encouragement and support for anyone struggling with addiction. Change doesn't come easily. But change is possible.

Mid-week– Topical/Discussion Group
7:00pm Wednesdays
This is a topic and discussion group that combines solid biblical teaching and the wisdom of recovery to bring about spiritual transformation. We believe in the midst of the addict’s hopelessness and slavery there is great hope—hope in God’s forgiving grace that through Christ we have strength to overcome even the strongest addiction.

Weekend – Study Group
Every Saturday 9 AM - Student Ministry Building
This is a small group study for those struggling with addiction. Designed to provide a biblical and practical framework for change using Ed Welch's essential book ‘Crossroads: A Step by Step Guide Away from Addiction. Along the way, participants will learn to recognize the patterns of addiction, to choose wisdom over foolish desires, and to cling to the hope they have in Jesus, who sets captives free.

For more information about either meeting, please contact Bob Settino.