Join North Chapel on Saturday, January 12th, as we take a team to help with a few work projects at Reigning Grace Ranch (a nearby therapeutic ministry that is dedicated to bringing restoration to foster kids and horses).
Join North Chapel on Saturday, November 10th, as we take a team to help with a few work projects at Reigning Grace Ranch (a nearby therapeutic ministry that is dedicated to bringing restoration to foster kids and horses).
God is moving in Fountain Hills—Join us at North Chapel for a special Night of Worship in our newly renovated sanctuary!
This special Night of Worship will be a time to come together in an act of surrender and adoration before God and to experience Him in a powerful way. If you’ve never been to a Night of Worship service before, then this is your chance. You’ll have the opportunity to draw closer to God through singing, prayer and fellowship with other believers.
All are welcome to come. Our worship team will lead us through a wide range of worship songs from ages gone bye through current songs of adoration to God. The different eras will include: Hymns, the Jesus Freak Movement and on through 2017.
Join us for this awesome night of praise & worship on Friday, August 25th, from 6:30pm to 8 PM at North Chapel in Fountain Hills.
Let us know on our Facebook event page, if you are coming and how many you are bringing with you: www.facebook.com/events/288996761569341
We're so excited to announce that North Chapel is having child dedications on Sunday, August 20th. Child dedications are when the parents commit to raising their children with Biblical values.
If you have a child 5 years old or younger and would like to participate, please contact Pastor Bobby Brewer at email@example.com
North Chapel is helping in the Relay for Life being held at the Fountain Park on Saturday, April 29th. Relay for Life is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path. The event is 10 hours in length, and each team is asked to have a member on the track at all times to signify that cancer never sleeps. Cancer patients don't stop because they're tired, and for one night, neither will we.