Welcome to Country Chapel. We have a place saved for you! If you don’t know much about us, we are a church that believes that the Holy Bible is truth. We are a praying church that believes in God’s power and love. Our church believes that giving is not all about monetary value. While financial giving does help allow us to pay our bills, God loves a cheerful giver, no matter how you can give.
If you would like to give financially, please stop by our church to give via check/cash or stop by the Giving page on our website to give via credit card.
Operation Christmas Child through the Samaritan’s Purse is looking for people to fill a shoebox of goods for children across the globe! The box costs $10 to send and has a sheet of ideas/needs to put in the box. These are sent to a child in need to help them learn the awesome power of Jesus.
We are also looking for help in our children’s classes and the nursery. Please sign up! Experience not required, but please bring a smile! Check in our office with Amanda for approval.
The food pantry is always in need of goods. Check out our Giving page on the website for a list of food pantry needs. Donations can be brought directly to Country Chapel.
We would love for you to join us on Sunday mornings at 10am for our church service with fellowship and food to follow. We fully understand that not everyone can make it physically. If this is the case, we also live stream our services. These live streams can currently be found on our Facebook page. This will be changing soon! We are excited to announce that our livestreams will be live on our website next month! Check the live stream page for updates.
Over the past few weeks, we have been covering highlights from the book of Romans. The power of the gospel, the rescue from sin, chasing righteousness, and how God chose us. Check out past sermons on our Sermon page!
Our youth group is open for children grades 6 and up. This takes place on Sundays from 4:30pm to 6:30pm. There are games and fellowship followed by food and music and devotions with the occasional movie night. This season is just getting started with our youth group!
Like hiking? Join our hiking group every Tuesday and Saturday! Contact our office for more info. All are welcome!
Bible study is on Monday nights at 6:30pm. All are welcome!
Sisters of Joy is a group of women dedicated to Christ and fellowship among each other. Meetings on Tuesdays at 9:30am. Women of all ages are welcome.
Men’s Bible Study is on Wednesdays at 8:30am. Join us for breakfast and discussion! Men of all ages welcome.
Our Prayer Warriors meet every Wednesday at 6pm. Come feel the power of Christ through prayer! All are welcome!
Reminder: Membership is NOT required to attend any church event at Country Chapel! We have saved a place for YOU!
Upcoming events at Country Chapel include our Pork n Dressing dinner on November 11 at 5pm. This event will be $12 for adults, $7 for children aged 5-12. Children under 5 are free. Donations accepted. Please note that this is also Veteran’s Day! Please bring a veteran with you so that they can get a FREE meal! On us!
Please check out our calendar for a full list of gatherings and events.
Our most recent event was the Trunk or Treat! This was on October 29th, and we had an amazing turn out! Thank you to everyone who helped make this event such a success! Chili was served as well as apple cider, cupcakes, cornbread and of course CANDY!
Do you show contempt for the riches of his kindness, forbearance and patience, not realizing that God’s kindness is intended to lead you to repentance?
Romans 2:4 reveals the path by which we and others come to repentance. It’s all because of God’s kindness.
But too often we assume that the threat of judgment is what leads to repentance. “If only we can show people how bad they are, then they will be sorry,” we think. Or perhaps if we can show them the consequences of their actions—like some negative life outcomes, or the ultimate punishment of going to hell—then they will repent, right?
But the path to repentance is quite different. Instead, God is kind with us. And God waits patiently for us to notice his kindness. And rather than showing us our consequences, God actually holds back our consequences—at least many of the worst ones. Holding back consequences is called forbearance. God forbears with us until we see his kindness.
It is God’s kindness that leads to our repentance. God’s example challenges us to somehow forbear with other people’s unrepentant attitudes. It’s not our place to judge them or bring about their consequences. In fact, perhaps, like Christ, we ought to help bear others’ consequences. We should show the kindness, patience, and forbearance that God has shown us.
Dear Jesus, this world is still full of vices. Help us to endure in forbearing with others, just as you have endured with us. Amen.
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