Large Groups

The Chapel hosts many Large Groups each week throughout the year. These groups typically include either live or video teaching and a small group time where you can get to know each other, discuss what you are learning, encourage each other, and pray together. Don’t miss this great opportunity to grow in your faith as you develop relationships with other people in your group.

Women of Hope The Amazing Collection - Hinsdale (Women)

Women of Hope
The Amazing Collection
Thursdays Jan. 11-May 10*
9-11 a.m.
Hinsdale Campus

The Bible is God’s love letter to us and His invitation to know us personally. We’ll continue our book by book study with I Kings through Song of Solomon, seeing the main characters and themes of each book come alive. Then we’ll explore the seven “I AM” statements of Jesus found in the gospel of John and discover how Jesus fully satisfies the cry of our hearts.

The cost is $40, which includes all three workbooks for the entire spring semester studies.
Kids Club is $25 per child (ages 6 months-5 years) with a maximum cost of $50 per family.
*There will be no meeting Thursday, Mar. 29.
Questions? Contact Michelle Callahan at hinsdale@chapel.org.

The Armor of God & Entrusted - Lake Zurich (Women)

The Armor of God & Entrusted
Women’s Large Group Studies
Tuesdays Jan. 16–Mar. 6 & Apr. 3–May 8
9-11 a.m. and 7-9 p.m.
Lake Zurich Campus

Join us for two back-to-back studies.

Armor of God, by Priscilla Shirer, Jan. 16–Mar. 6
All day, every day, an invisible war rages around you. This study provides an action plan for putting on the armor of God and developing a personalized strategy to secure victory over the enemy of our souls.
Entrusted, by Beth Moore, Apr. 3–May 8
We were never meant to take the journey of faith alone. God has entrusted us with the great and mighty gift of the Gospel, too precious and life-giving to keep to ourselves. Learn how to guard this gift, share Christ with others, and mentor future generations.
Cost is $40 and includes both studies. Scholarships are available. For more information, e-mail Deb Hoang at lakezurichwomen@chapel.org.
Kids Club is available for the morning sessions only. Advance registration is required; cost is $70 per child.

 

Anno Domini: The Middle Ages and Reformation - Palatine (Women)

Anno Domini:  The Middle Ages and Reformation
Wednesdays, January 17 – March 14
9:15-11 a.m. in W1
Palatine Campus

This study is the second volume in a multivolume series covering the scope of church history, bringing us to the present-day church. For nine weeks, we will embark on a journey together through the history of the church during the Middle Ages and the Reformation through the beginning of modern times, from around AD 590 to AD 1648.

While this is a continuation of the Anno Domini study part 1, it is not required that you participated in the first study.
We will be doing a brief review to start us off on January 17, and then will dive right into the new material. All are welcome!

Our deadline to order a book for you at a discount is November 15. Email Carrie Weber or Sarah Hill at palatinewomen@chapel.org to request a book be ordered for you before the deadline and to register for the study.  After the deadline, we ask that you purchase your own book HERE or you can access the lessons through THEIR WEBSITE, or access the lessons through THEIR FREE APP.

Kids Club will be available for the morning session at a cost of $38 for one child and $58 for two or more children. Registration for Kid’s Club must be completed and payment submitted for Kids Club by Jan. 14 to secure a spot for your child.

Kid’s Club Registration

“For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.”

Matthew 18:20

Small Groups

Joining a small group at The Chapel is a great way to connect with people as you join together and pursue God in Bible study, prayer and community. The Chapel can feel like a pretty big church. Even at our smaller campuses, getting to know people will take more than just going to church on the weekend. Small groups will grow your faith and develop strong friendships as you study, encourage and do life together.

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Missional Community

Our Missional Communities are experiencing God together and learning  how to live and minister like Jesus did. These communities are our campuses’ core environment that helps us grow in becoming and making disciples, belonging in community, and moving with God’s mission. Talk to your campus pastor about how Missional Communities are emerging at your campus and how to be a part of them.