FAQs

 

  • Are you having in-person worship?
    • Yes, Chapel Hill is currently open to in-person worship, Sundays at 10 a.m., with a limited capacity. We believe in the science and are following the guidelines as set out by Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. 
  • What should I expect if I want to come to in-person worship?
    • You will be greeted at the door by an usher who will take your temperature and ask you to use hand sanitizer before entering the building. Face masks are required in the building, and will be provided if you do not have one. If you are feeling unwell, or have been exposed to anyone who has been ill, we ask you to please stay home and worship online.
  • Where can I find online worship?
    • Currently, Chapel Hill's worship is streaming on our Facebook Page. Worship services are available at 10 a.m. each Sunday morning and remain on the page for viewing later in the week.
  • Are you offering anything for my kids during worship
    • We have a short Children's Message during worship, near the beginning of the service after the first couple of songs. We are not currently offering Nursery or Sunday School classes. We sure do miss the kids, and we look forward to the day when the restrictions are lifted and our Sanctuary and classrooms are filled with the sound of children once again!
  • What should I wear?
    • Be comfortable and be yourself. You will see a few folks in dressier, Sunday best…but most everyone is in casual, everyday stuff. Of course, if you're worshipping at home, pajamas are also acceptable!
  •  Where do I go?​
    • It makes the most sense right now to park in our upper parking lot, off of Oakland Dr. You will find the main entrance off of this parking lot, and there is a covered drive so that you can drop off folks under cover in nasty weather. There is a handicap-accessible entrance to the east of the main doors (or, to the right, as you're looking at the entry). Once in the building, we ask that you make your way directly to the Sanctuary and take your seat.