About Us

Welcome to our campus page. We’re glad you are here. We’re grateful you took the time to visit, and hope to see you soon at our weekend services. The Church is more than an event or a building, we are the body of Christ. Our church is made up of flawed, broken, imperfect humans who require grace daily. On our own we are hopeless; through the mercy, love and sacrifice of our Savior Jesus Christ, we have found a Great Hope.

You may have noticed that our church has multiple locations. While each campus has its own unique characteristics, The Chapel is one church with a single desire: We are committed to seeing every person believing in Jesus, belonging to family, becoming a disciple, and building his kingdom. We want to invite you to come see this in action and join us in sharing the love of Christ.

What should I wear?
Wear what makes you comfortable. We invite you to come as you. You’ll see anything from jeans & t-shirts to full suits. No matter what, we welcome you.

When should I arrive?
Generally, 10 minutes early will give you plenty of time to park, come in, and find a seat before service starts. For parents with children, arriving 15 minutes before service is a good idea. (Keep in mind: Raber Road is currently under construction and can only be accessed via Mayfair Road. If you would typically take Massillon Road, give yourself a few extra minutes to bypass the construction zone! See more details here.)

Where should I park?
You can enter our parking lot through one of two entrances on Raber Road. Lot A is closest to the street. You’ll see large “A” signs mounted to light posts in the lot – these will let you know you’re in the right place. Look for the green “First-Time Guest Parking” signs in the first few rows of parking spaces. We invite you to grab one of these spots and come right on in through Door A. Our Welcome Team will be available to greet you with a smile and answer any questions you might have.

Directions What about my kids?

Mike Castelli

Lead Pastor of Green Campus

“Our heart's desire is to be a tangible blessing to our community as we reach and teach the light of eternal life in Jesus Christ.”

First time visiting?
Come by the Welcome Center and let us know! We’d love to meet you and share a special gift for stopping by. We can also help you with information about our groups, events, and other ways to engage in community.

Ministries

Nursery & Preschool
Elementary
Middle School
High School
Special Needs
Adults

Nursery & Preschool

Our Nursery & Preschool area gives your child a first impression of our Heavenly Father and the wonder of His love. We strive for it to be a vibrant, exciting place where we support you as parents in introducing your children to the One who made them. During the weekend service, we experience the love of Jesus and celebrate Him in many different forms - we sing, we teach the Bible, we play, and we snack. In all our activities, we seek to highlight these basic gospel truths: God is good, God made everything, God loves us, God wants to be with us, and Jesus rescued us.

Our volunteers are all background checked and required to attend several training sessions each year, with your child’s security and well-being as a focus. We do ask that children be symptom-free and no longer contagious with illness for 24 hours to help us protect the health of our little ones. Please let us know of any conditions, allergies, or medical needs that may apply to your child.

For more information about our Nursery & Preschool Ministry or baby dedications, contact Dawn Garee.

Meeting Times

Sundays:
11am

Wednesdays:
6:30pm - 8:00pm
(September - April)
Returning in 2021

Check-In

Our check-in process for children starts at our Kids Check-In Desk. Any of our greeters can show you the way. We use ID tags for your child's security and your peace of mind. Here's how the ID tags work:

  • Check-in: At check-in, you and your child(ren) will receive matching ID tags, unique to you and your visit.
  • Parent Paging: If we need to contact you during a service we will text your provided cell phone number.
  • Pick-up: You must present your ID tag before we release your child.

For added security, the doors in the Family Ministry hallways will be locked 20 minutes after each service starts and will reopen at the conclusion of each service.

Resources

Elementary

Our Elementary area is designed to be an interactive and engaging place where kids can grow together as they learn more about how they are part of God’s Story. We celebrate the glory of God through worship, Bible stories, memorization, and play. Our desire is to partner with parents in discipling their children and growing these faithful practices: studying the Bible, applying Truth, sharing our Hope, worshiping with our lives, and prayer.

Our volunteers are all background checked and required to attend several training sessions each year, with your child’s security and well-being as a focus. We do ask that children be symptom-free and no longer contagious with illness for 24 hours to help us protect the health of our little ones. Please let us know of any conditions, allergies, or medical needs that may apply to your child.

For more information about our Elementary ministry, contact Dawn Garee.

Meeting Times

Sundays:
11am

Wednesdays:
6:30pm - 8:00pm
(September - April)
Returning in 2021


Check-In

Our check-in process for children is located in the Buchtel Lobby. Any of our greeters can show you the way. We use ID tags for your child's security and your peace of mind. Here's how the ID tags work:

  • Check-in: At check-in, you and your child(ren) will receive matching ID tags, unique to you and your visit.
  • Parent Paging: If we need to contact you during a service we will text your provided cell phone number.
  • Pick-up: You must present your ID tag before we release your child.

For added security, the doors in the Family Ministry hallways will be locked 20 minutes after each service starts and will reopen at the conclusion of each service.

Resources

Middle School (6th-8th Grade)

Our Middle School Ministry seeks to further develop the foundation of our students’ faith in the work of Christ. We do this by focusing on our identity and purpose in Jesus Christ and living actively in gospel community. Students in middle school will begin to experience what it is like to belong to a church family through our small groups. Our desire is to support parents as they walk with their students in pressing deeper into their personal faith through community with their friends, their mentors, and above all, God.

Small groups exist to create community among students and provide safe spaces for honest conversations about faith, Jesus, and scripture. Students register for the group that fits them best (typically split by grade and gender) and they run throughout the year, breaking for summertime. Groups are typically 8-12 students who are led by two of our trained adult leaders. Leaders typically move grades with students as they progress through middle school and high school.

For more information about our Middle School Ministry, contact Adam Crawford.

Sunday Mornings

11am
Middle School Room (near Door D)

Small Groups

Middle school small groups run from September through November, break for the holidays, and then resume in January until the end of April. Contact Adam Crawford for more info.

Baptism

If your middle schooler is interested in being baptized, contact Adam Crawford to set up an interview and help you identify next steps.

Resources

Listen to our Podcast

High School (9th-12th Grade)

Our High School Ministry looks to partner with parents in the continued discipleship of their high schoolers. We seek for our students to grow in their personal faith by exploring these themes from a gospel-centered perspective: identity, community, freedom, and becoming a disciple. Students gather weekly for times of worship and teaching as well as small group discussions.

Small groups exist to create community among students and provide safe spaces for honest conversations about faith, Jesus, and scripture. Students register for the group that fits them best (typically split by grade and gender) and they run throughout the year, breaking for summertime. Groups are typically 8-12 students who are led by two of our trained adult leaders. Leaders typically move grades with students as they progress through middle school and high school.

For more information about our High School ministry, contact Ryan Shumway.

Sunday Nights

GSM AfterHours
6pm
Worship Center
First Sunday of the month

Small Groups

Small groups are a place where students can explore faith, experience belonging, and enjoy each other. These groups take place in leader homes. Days and times vary. We can help you find the right group for you. Contact Ryan Shumway for more info.

Wednesday Community Groups

Our Wednesday groups are designed to be environments for creative community. We laugh, we play, we eat, and we grow in knowing each other and being known.

6:30-8pm
(September - April)
Off-campus host homes
Returning in 2021

Resources

Listen to our Podcast

Special Needs Ministry

If you or a family member have special needs, our special needs ministry wants to come alongside you and provide a welcoming, supportive environment at The Chapel in Green. We want church to be a place you feel seen, valued, and understood. Our trained and caring volunteers minister the love of Christ to children and adults with special needs like Autism, cognitive delays and other mental or physical challenges. Our hope is that you will feel empowered to attend and navigate our weekend gatherings inside of a warm, friendly atmosphere where you are free to worship.

Classes are offered on Sunday mornings for all ages with dynamic Bible-based lessons and interactive activities. Individuals who require one-on-one assistance are provided a buddy to support participation in the class and within the Body of Christ. Every person is valuable and possesses God-given abilities and talents. We are honored and excited to partner with children and adults with special needs to help them discover and use their unique gifts for the glory of God.

For more information about our Special Needs Ministry, contact Amy Troyer.

Meeting Times

Sundays
11am

REquest a Buddy

Volunteer

If you have a heart to serve those with special needs, check out the volunteer opportunities.

Adults

Following Jesus and becoming more like Him is a lifelong journey. Our church is full of adult men and women who need the grace and mercy of Jesus Christ to wash over our pain, sorrow, rough edges, and yes, our sin too. That’s right. We don’t have it figured out. The good news is, God does.

Our Adults Ministry offers many ways for you to explore the love of Christ and the joy of serving him. We come from all walks of life, generations, backgrounds, and cultures. Our hope for the men and women of our church is to grow in Christ by meeting together in fellowship, serving each other, and celebrating the glory of God.

Adult Ministries

Small Groups

Small groups are the method by which we as a church pursue a life centered around growing in these four areas: believing in Jesus, belonging to His family, becoming His disciple, and building His kingdom. Our groups are full of imperfect people, and we aim to grow together in how we might serve and love each other. That’s the model of what Christ has already perfectly done for us.

View Groups

To request more information, contact Terri Pearson.

Join a Group

If you are interested in joining a group and would like help finding the best fit, let us know and someone from our staff will reach out to connect.

Join a Group

Ministries

These ministries are for those seeking to grow in faith and find friendships with others in a similar walk of life.

Green Campus

Sunday services: 8:00am, 9:30am & 11:00am
Building hours: 9am-3pm Tue.-Fri.
Address: 1800 Raber Rd. Uniontown, OH 44685
Phone: 330.315.5500
Email: green@thechapel.life

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