During these past few weeks, the routine of our lives have changed. I’m hearing that some of you have more time on your hands, while others of you are busier than ever before. By necessity most of us have needed to learn new skills, say in technology, to keep ourselves connected. And perhaps we’ve also rediscovered a few low-tech standbys, like puzzles or board games, to help us pass the time. Maybe you’re brushing up on your cooking skills. Maybe you’re reading a wonderful book. Maybe your kids are driving you nuts. Maybe you’re lonely....Keep Reading
Our greater concern than last night's snow is tonight's overnight temperature. The forecasted low for tonight is in the high teens and will likely re-freeze whatever melts today making for possibly dangerous roadways, driveways, and parking lots.
Considering these conditions, Wake Chapel encourages its church family to worship via our livestream tomorrow. All Sunday school classes will meet via Zoom only. If you wish to attend Sunday morning worship in-person please use your own better judgement.
We will wait to decide about Awana and Youth Group meetings until tomorrow afternoon, as warmer temps may allow us more options.
View the National Weather Service briefing for the greater Raleigh area here.
An important announcement for our Awana parents!...Keep Reading
As promised in our previous announcement on Friday, March 13, here is new information regarding the changes we are making in cooperation with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Service’s most recent guidelines for closures and gathering restrictions....Keep Reading
Thursday afternoon Governor Roy Cooper issued a directive that all gatherings above 100 persons should be canceled. In light of this announcement, Wake Chapel will be closed on Sunday, March 15 and all in-person events will be canceled. This decision includes Sunday School, Awana, as well as our Wednesday evening service, along with other meetings and events between today and next Thursday March 19....Keep Reading
During the month of March, Wake Chapel will focus it's teaching ministry on he work of missions. Our folk will hear from over a dozen speakers spread over our Sunday School hours, morning worship services, and Wednesday evening services. ...Keep Reading
Once again we are collecting a variety of items for Dad's Country Store at Siloam Missionary Homes. Dad’s Country Store is a food pantry for the missionary families living at Siloam. Any food or paper products that are donated to Siloam are put on the shelves in the store for the missionary families. The missionary families do not pay for these items, but are free to use them as needed. There is a refrigerator and freezer in the store for fresh and frozen items as well. Click Read More for dates and a list of items needed as well as a few that are not. Thank you for your generosity!!...Keep Reading
The date for the “Fellowship Dinner and Worship Time” at Siloam Missionary Homes and delivery of the Thanksgiving boxes has been scheduled for November 14, 2019. Your generosity and gifts in past years have made it possible for the missionaries to receive everything needed for a complete Thanksgiving meal. In addition, your generosity has helped place grocery items in the Dad’s Store. These items might include canned goods, paper products and toiletries. Canned peas, corn or green beans are not needed at this time. Other canned products, pasta sauces, etc. are welcome....Keep Reading
Children in kindergarten through 5th grade are invited to Wisdom on Wednesdays...Keep Reading
We are planning a trip to the world famous Oberammergau Passion Play June 8-19, 2020. Since 1634, the most famous Passion Play in the world has taken place in Oberammergau. After the Black Plague, rampant in Europe, left their small village, the grateful people of Oberammergau promised God that they would show their gratitude by putting on a Passion Play....Keep Reading
During our Sunday School hour on the 3rd and the 10th guest speakers will be hosted in the Sanctuary and the Family Life center. On the 17th and 24th guest speakers will be hosted in various Sunday school classes. Wednesday evenings will feature panel discussions involving guest speakers as well as members of our church followed by a season of targeted prayer....Keep Reading