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Be the church for our community and world.


Jesus was very clear in his last earthly breaths that we, His Church, are to represent His life and words everywhere we go—starting in our communities (Acts 1:8). Needs exist right around us and the biggest human need of all is spiritual—to know God’s amazing grace and forgiving love through Christ. But, other needs exist too like, hunger, a need for warm clothing, housing, education, encouragement, love, etc. Sometimes, meeting these fundamental human needs opens the heart’s door to Jesus Himself and His Good News.


Answering The Call Together (ACT)

Community Partner

A Christ-centered nondenominational organization that responds when there’s an overwhelming need or a disaster strikes.


Contact: David, or 419-706-8656

Crisis Relief Team

A Minstry of The Chapel

Offers physical and emotional support near and far. Rebuilds homes and lives following a disaster.

Contact: Bill at Sandusky Campus: 419-621-4986 or Todd at Norwalk Campus: 419-202-5754

Abigail Pregnancy Services

Community Partner

Provides free pregnancy crisis support and practical help to expecting moms and dads.


Caontact: Norwalk office, 419-668-9500 or Willard office, 419-951-6109 or visit

FFL & Crossroads Homeless Shelter

Community Partner

Foundation For Life Mentoring trains and educates homeless with life skills for finding a job. Share a meal and explore the Bible together.


Contact: Roxanne,

Heartbeat Pregnancy

Community Partner

Brings hope, help and healing to those who are in pregnancy crisis.


Contact: or 419-625-9511

Nehemiah Partners

Community Partner

A Christ-centered community center that provides a safe place for young people to learn, play, grow and build healthy relationships.  

Contact: or 419.625.3877

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Curbside Carryout

Ministry of The Chapel

At the beginning of each month, food is collected at each Chapel campus and then distributed to food pantry partners in the Erie and Huron county areas. 


The Church Has Left The Building

A Ministry of The Chapel

Every couple of years, The Chapel closes its doors for a weekend so that Chapel attenders can go out and bless the surrounding communities in practical ways in the name of Jesus.


Warming The Homeless

A Ministry of The Chapel

Once per year, in early fall, Chapel attenders provide warm items like blankets, coats, hats, socks, etc…for local men, women and children in need. 


Global Friendship Partners

A Ministry of The Chapel

Seasonally, hundreds of international students come to Vacationland and work at a local hotel or park. The Chapel attenders befriend these students to give them an American connection and the love of Christ.


Contact:   Crystal,

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