The Chapel is a non-denominational Christian church in the northwest suburbs of Illinois and southern Wisconsin welcoming people of all faiths, or of no faith background at all. Regardless of who you are or where you’ve been, if you’re ready for more of God in your life, you’ve found a home at The Chapel.



As a church, we want to help people everywhere come alive to God and experience all of God, in all of them, for all the world!


The Chapel’s vision is to help ignite a spiritual revolution or, revival, across our communities and across the world! Revival is simply any group of people, anywhere on earth, at any point in time reach towards heaven in order to experience all of God, in all of them, for all the world on a grand scale.


We are a people completely giving ourselves to God and others, believing Him for really big things, never pretending to be anything we aren’t – and finding ways to enjoy life and have a lot of fun along the way.


Our beliefs are less about a doctrine to hold, and far more about a life God is inviting us into. At The Chapel, the story begins with the gospel – Jesus’ good news that his kingdom has come within reach for all of us. By embracing a relationship with Jesus and following his lead, we are reconciled to God and can share in his life and ministry today. Through the Holy Spirit, we experience intimacy with the Father and help bring the light of His kingdom into the darkest parts of our world. In all this, revival is born.


The Chapel’s beliefs circle positions us to experience a lifestyle of revival – and to become a conduit of revival to others. By modeling our life by what’s inside the circle, we can begin to experience all God has for us, and help others do the same.


Senior Pastor


Scott received his Master’s degree at Trinity International University and co-founded The Chapel in 1994. In addition to serving as Senior Pastor of The Chapel, he helps lead a national network of churches called Christ Together. Scott’s passion is to give his life to serving Jesus and to see as many people as possible brought into the fullness of God’s Kingdom.

Scott and his wife, Tammy, have four children. Their son and daughter-in-law, Josiah and Sarah, live and work in Seattle, and their two daughters, Charis and Faith, live at home and are enjoying everything God has for them in their college and high school years. The Chapmans reside in the Chicago suburbs where they passionately cheer for the Ohio State Buckeyes.