For the One Support Resources
As you notice specific ways your one person may need care, Chapel Hill has practical resources to support the community here.
How do I find out more about the Christian faith?
Alpha is a place to ask questions and explore faith. No commitment. No pressure. It’s a 10-week (give or take) series that includes food, a video, and conversation. Curious? Give it a try. To find out more, contact Pastor Rachel White at email@example.com. For details on the next Alpha, contact our coordinator Tina Picard at 253-853-0216 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FIND OUT MORE: www.chapelhillpc.org/alpha
How do I get baptized?
Baptism is a sign and seal of God’s covenant of grace, and it’s a significant moment in the life of every believer. It’s also one of two sacraments in our denomination, the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC). If you’re interested in baptism for yourself or your child, visit the web page below, you may also contact our coordinator Tina Picard at 253-853-0216 or email her at email@example.com.
FIND OUT MORE: www.chapelhillpc.org/baptism
How do I join Chapel Hill Church?
Chapel Hill 101 is your first step to joining the community at Chapel Hill. These hassle-free classes are generally held the first Sunday of every other month on Sunday mornings at 10:30 am so you can attend the 9:00 am Classic Worship Service and then come to Chapel Hill 101. Nursery provided (birth-Pre-K); parents of elementary students are welcome to take them to the kids’ worship (singing, teaching, small groups) in the Chapel. Registrants will receive a reminder the week before. Contact our coordinator Tina Picard at 253-853-0216 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FIND OUT MORE: www.chapelhillpc.org/connect
How do I access Celebrate Recovery?
Celebrate Recovery operates throughout most of the year on Wednesday night at Chapel Hill. We have an optional family-style dinner in the Gathering Place at 5:30 pm followed by the large group meeting in the Sanctuary at 6:30 pm that includes teachings about Recovery principles and participant testimonies. The large group participants then break up into small open share groups at 7:30 pm. Those who are new to CR will attend a CR101 class to help them get plugged into a group and gain understanding of the program. There’s no registration required to attend CR; childcare is available ages 3 months to 8th grade. For more information, call our coordinator Vicki Edwards at 360-689-2448 or email her at email@example.com.
FIND OUT MORE: www.chapelhillpc.org/cr
How do I access counseling services?
Chapel Hill provides professional and lay counseling for individuals, couples 18 years and older. Professional counseling sees adults and also adolescents ages 13 and older. Lay counseling has a limit on how many sessions they can provide and donations are appreciated. Professional counseling frequency of meeting and duration is dependent upon client needs. A fee is due at the time of service. Sliding scale available for those who qualify. For more information or to schedule a counseling session, call our coordinator Sandy Wickline at 253-853-0291 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FIND OUT MORE: www.chapelhillpc.org/care
How do I access support groups?
There are several support groups operating throughout the year, including Grief Share, Cancer Care and Divorce Care as well as a V.I.P., a mental health support group for teens in 9th-12th grade.For more information, call our coordinator Sandy Wickline at 253-853-0291 or email her at email@example.com.
FIND OUT MORE: www.chapelhillpc.org/care
How do I get prayer?
Chapel Hill Church is committed to praying for the needs of one another, the community, and the world. It’s our privilege to pray for you. If you would like someone to pray for you, fill out the Prayer Request form below or call us at 253-851-7779.
FIND OUT MORE: www.chapelhillpc.org/prayer
How do I get support during a crisis?
Chapel Hill and the surrounding community provide many services to help those who have immediate physical, material, mental, emotional or spiritual needs. Here are some resources to help you connect to services not already mentioned:
Life Threatening Emergencies 9-1-1
Suicide and Crisis Hotline 9-8-8
Pierce County Crisis Line 800-576-7764
United Way, Essential Community Services 2-1-1