What to Expect When You Visit
Attending a new church can be an uneasy experience, whether you are returning to church after a long time away or are coming for the first time. Many wonder: What will it be like? What is expected of me? Will they ask for my money? What should I wear? What will be offered for my children? Many people have these and other concerns when attending a new church. Hopefully this information will put you at ease when you come to Wake Chapel and help you enjoy and benefit spiritually from your visit with us. We want you to feel welcome from the minute you arrive at Wake Chapel. You are our guest, and we want to treat you like you are visiting our home.
Sunday School meets at 9:00 a.m. each Sunday, and the worship service begins at 10:30 a.m. We encourage you to arrive early to have time to park and find your way around. Designated guest parking spaces are located in the lot to the east of the sanctuary.
When you arrive, our members will gladly direct you further.
For directions to Wake Chapel Christian Church click How to Get Here or the MAP button above.
When you visit with us you will find everything from "traditional" church attire to "office casual." Most of our youth dress informally. We encourage attire that is comfortable for you yet appropriate for worship.
For Your Children
Nursery is provided for babies and toddlers. Sunday School classes are separated by age through 5th grade. Using curriculum from The Gospel Project and Answers in Genesis, these classes are designed to teach the children basic biblical principles that will lead to greater understanding of God's Word as children grow. To find the location of our Sunday School Classes HERE or on the Ministries link above.
Our Children’s Church program provides age-appropriate, hands-on lessons for toddlers through 2nd graders during Sunday morning worship service.
To find the location of our Sunday School Classes HERE or on the Ministries link above.
At Wake Chapel, we have two classes for our youth: Middle School and Senior High. These classes are led by adult church members and include both topical and verse-by-verse study of the Bible.
We know that the safety of our children is of the utmost importance to the members and guests of Wake Chapel. Click Here to view the Safety Policies at Wake Chapel.
For adults, wide variety of classes exist. To choose the class most interesting to you please click HERE or on the Ministries link above.
Our services provide an opportunity to worship our great God through music, prayer, giving and studying God's Word. Our ushers will welcome you and give you a worship folder at the entrance of the sanctuary. During the service, we will distribute a guest card to all our visitors, including a slip that can be turned in with the offering that provides an easy way for us to get better acquainted.
At Wake Chapel, we subscribe to a traditional style of music, offering a pleasing blend of the great hymns of faith, as well as choruses and anthems. Preaching from the pulpit is typically verse-by-verse style, though occasionally our pastor will present a short topical series. While our worship is usually traditional, we also have special services periodically. These include Youth Sundays, in which the service is led primarily by the church youth, hymn sings, and seasonal programs during the Easter and Christmas holidays.