When is Sunday worship?
We have one Sunday morning worship at 10 am, May 28 - September 3. All are welcome!
Where can I find online worship?
You can view Portage Chapel Hill's worship services any time at your convenience on the church's Broadcast Page, Facebook Page, and our YouTube Channel.
Where can I find out what's happening in worship (aka, the Order of Worship)?
When you come to church in-person, an usher or greeter will give you a Connect Card. The Connect Card has the Order of Worship on one side and a listing of news and events on the other. If you are worshiping at home you can download the Connect Card by going to pchum.org/connectfromhome.
Are you offering anything for the young folks in my life?
Christian Education (aka Sunday School) and Sunday Night Youth Group are on summer hiatus through September 3. Nursery for infants and toddlers is available each Sunday year-round, as well as Children in Worship. Check out the Children's Ministries page for more details.
For more information about Children and Youth ministries please email Director of Children's Ministries Andrea Trantham at email@example.com or Pastor Jess Davenport at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are you offering for the adults in my life?
Adult Christian Education (aka Sunday School) is now on summer hiatus through September 3. A Tuesday night drop-in Bible study begins June 6, and a summer walking and fellowship group is in the works. Find out more at pchum.org/christianeducation. There are also a variety of Small Groups for fellowship, book studies, meals, and more. Check out our small groups at pchum.org/smallgroups.
What can I expect when I come to worship at Portage Chapel Hill?
- We have two parking lots: one off of Oakland Dr. and one off of Romence Rd. The Oakland Dr. parking lot is closest to our main entry doors and our accessible entry doors, but both parking lots and all entry doors will be open.
- Dress in whatever makes you most comfortable. Some folks come in their Sunday best, some folks feel more comfortable in shorts and T-shirts. The choice is yours!
- Portage Chapel Hill is a church which values the presence of children in all spaces. So, while we have opportunities for kids outside the Sanctuary during worship, kids are also welcome to stay in the Sanctuary during the service. Crying babies and chatty youngsters are all welcome!
- We encourage visitors to make themselves known to either Pastor Barry or Pastor Jess, but if you'd rather stay anonymous while you check us out, that's ok too! There are a variety of greeters and church staff members who are always available to answer questions.