Chapel Men

It is the desire of Chapel Men to create intentional environments that will help men grow as followers of Jesus Christ. Through these environments, it is our prayer that God will produce the fruit of life-transforming relationships with other men, their friends, their wives and their families. In turn, we hope to engage all the men at Chapel and beyond to know the love and hope found only in Jesus Christ.

Bible Studies

Check out the Bible Studies that are offered at Chapel for men.

Third Saturdays

Join Chapel Men for coffee and donuts on the third Saturday of each month from 8-9:30am. We will watch Andy Stanley's video series Christian: It's Not What You Think and discuss the qualities Jesus prescribes for his followers that made them unique and what it would mean if we embodied these traits today.

Retreats and Conferences

Check out the Retreats and Conferences the Chapel Men attend each year.

God's Word Delivered Daily

Through a mobile app or the web, goTandem delivers meaningful, Biblical content directly to you throughout your day to help you receive, reflect on, and respond to God's Word. Since no two people are at the same place spiritually, you create your own goTandem experience when you download the mobile app or sign up online. Learn more at

Praying for Our Pastors

Pastoral ministry can be challenging and often lonely. Pastors need to know that the men of the church really support them. They need aggressive intercession along with intentional affirmation to be the spiritual leaders of the church God has called them to be. In short, our pastors need a team of men who will cover them in prayer and affirm them every day of every month. Chapel currently has prayer teams praying for Pastor Derek and Pastor Daryl and need more men committed to supporting and encouraging our pastors.

Join Chapel Men as we pray for our pastors. To join Chapel's Pastor Prayer Teams, go to one or both of our Prayer Team homepages:


Each month on your prayer day, you will receive a reminder to pray for Derek or JP, suggestions about how to pray for our pastors, as well as an encouragement to let them know you are, in fact, praying for them.