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Sunday Mornings, Beginning September 13.
Williams Building 201
Disciple Fast Track offers a new twist on the classic Disciple Bible Study, an overview of entire Bible. Groups meet for a total of 24 weeks (12 Old Testament, 12 New Testament).
You’ll read an average of three to five chapters of the Bible each day, watch short overview videos and explore your spiritual gifts. Celebrations from time to time will add to the fellowship and fun of Disciple. If there is enough interest, a new class will begin on September 11, 2016. Contact Teresa Rossy to express your interest.

Special Note:
Cost: $40 for materials

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Prayer Shawl

Prayer Shawl Tuesday Evening Meeting
The 1st Tuesday of each month a group meets at 6pm in LC201 to pray, share, knit or crochet and bless prayer shawls that have been completed. These shawls are gifted to individuals as a tangible embrace of God's love and mercy. Shawls are given to individuals facing a major health issue, a death or other critical life event. Occasionally, shawls may be given on joyful occasions as well. Whether you are an advanced knitter or crocheter or just learning, we'd love to have you join us!

Jessica, 713.354.4487


Sharing Our Story: Then and Now with John Stephens
Typically, Christians who are passionate about evangelism are not very interested in theology. And Christians who are passionate about theology are not very interested in evangelism. Chapelwood should be committed to both! On Wednesday nights in September, John Stephens will teach a thematic study that will complement the sermon series on The Acts of the Apostles in August/September. This study will explore the vital importance of evangelism in our church – in our history and today. We will look at a variety of scriptures and historical sources. Our goal is to discover how early church evangelism can impact Chapelwood today.

Our goal is to recapture a heart and passion for evangelism. Evangelism is not a dirty word in the church. It is a core part of our identity and a central aspect of our call. Join us each week as we explore the early church together and recapture an excitement for sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ to a world in need.




Please join the Mercy Street Women for a Summer Bible Study on Ephesians!! We are looking forward to learning more about God's amazing Grace through Paul's teachings through the book of Ephesians! All ladies are welcome, no matter what your knowledge of the Bible is. We are all learning together!

Thursdays at 10:00am-11:30am through August 25th. We will be meeting in room LC202-203. Childcare available upon reservation.


Brown Baggers


Bring your lunch and engage in an open discussion each week based on scriptures from Saturday night sermons. Drinks will be provided. Contact: Dennis at 713.827.3912 /


Saturdays, 3:45 p.m. in the East Room. Do you want to know more about the world’s greatest all-time best seller…The Bible? Ninety percent of Americans own a copy of the Bible, and while it's the most widely read book; it's also the least understood. Whether you are an experienced Bible reader, a new bible reader, or you think the Bible is a condemning, worthless book – this study is for you. Come and do a step-by-step study of this fascinating book with us and let the Bible come alive for you. Contact: Jessica for more info - / 713.354.4487.


P85 Group: Spiritual and community support for anyone living with mental illness

The name P85 comes from Psalm 85.10: Mercy and Love and Faithfulness meet in the street. Right Living and Peace embrace and kiss!

Who’s it for: Any person living with mental illness in any of its many and varied expressions. Any friend or family member who loves someone living with mental illness. All who have a desire to be supported in their spiritual journey, particularly as we journey through the challenges of our mental health.

When: Saturday nights, 7-8 p.m. following Mercy Street. Childcare provided for people attending Mercy Street – pick up children at 7:55.

Where: Fireside Room

Facilitators: Betsy Hammer and Betsie McClimans know first hand what it’s like to live with mental illness. Betsie McClimans is Mercy Street’s director of community care. Betsie Hammer is a psychiatric nurse at Menninger Clinic and holds a Masters of Divinity degree from Fuller Theological Seminary. Contact for more information.


Spirituality & Recovery
Open meeting every Saturday after Mercy Street in room W101-102.

Basic recovery where participants are free to share their spiritual journey.

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