Winter at the Chapel is filled with lots of opportunities to study, fellowship, and volunteer with other Christians. We invite you to join a small group, participate in a variety of social activities, or join us in volunteering in the Ann Arbor community.
Interested in joining a Bible Study? This winter, the Chapel is offering several Bible studies and you are invited to participate. These studies are lead by Chapel staff in conjunction with members of the Chapel. We meet together weekly to study the Bible or other books which are relevant to the Christian life. If you’re interested in more information, contact us or check out our small groups page.
Social gatherings take place often at the Chapel. Whether it’s riding our bikes to the Dexter cider mill, watching a movie, sharing a meal in someone’s home or participating in a competitive Euchre tournament, we know how to play well. Fellowship events are announced weekly, following the worship service and are listed on our calendar.
At the Campus Chapel we understand that, as Christians, we are called to work for the betterment of this world that God created and is working to redeem. We believe it’s important to remain connected to and grounded in the real world – a world very much in need of the healing presence of the gospel. This is why we encourage people to get involved in their local communities and in the worldwide community to work for justice and to bring peace. We also realize that this is sometimes easier said than done!
To help people incorporate service into their already busy lives, the Chapel works to organize volunteer opportunities that work around busy schedules. This year, we will volunteer monthly at the Community Kitchen, an organization that helps to feed those in need in Ann Arbor. We’ll also participate in alternative Spring break where students learn and volunteer outside of Ann Arbor. For more information see volunteer and sign up!