What's Happening

Worship Experience is Livestream Only!

Portage Chapel Hill is responding to the ever-changing status of the COVID-19

 The Chapel Hill building is currently closed. 

Pastor Barry Petrucci and Pastor Jess Davenport, as well as church staff and leadership, remind you that Worship can and does continue! Please check the Portage Chapel Hill Facebook page and the Portage Chapel Hill Website regularly for Bible studies, devotionals, and updates on what's happening in the life of Chapel Hill. 

If your class or small group would like to meet via Zoom, an online conferencing site, please contact Office Manager Lisa Drzick at office@pchum.org and she can help get you set up.

We acknowledge that this a rapidly changing situation and that many folks will have questions. We ask for your patience and prayer at this time as Chapel Hill leadership work together for the well-being of this faith community. Please direct any questions to office@pchum.org or leave a message in the office by calling (269) 327-6643. Staff is currently working from home and from the office within their own comfort level. Emails and voicemails will be checked regularly.




You are invited to Sunday Worship Livestream!

Sunday Livestream Worship will be broadcast from Portage Chapel Hill's Website,

Facebook, and Youtube at 10 a.m. 



State of the Nation ~ State of the Faith

Chapel Hill has been working to be educated on personal and systemic racism through small groups and book study. On Thursday nights at 7 pm the conversation centers on a move toward national reparations and, more pointedly, toward the possibilities of Chapel Hill paying reparations for generational racism and the economic benefits still reaped through slavery and social marginalization.This is a weekly event via Zoom. Click HERE  for the Zoom link Thursday nights at 7pm.



United Methodist camping is almost here!

For more information click HERE.

For information about scholarships from Portage Chapel Hill click HERE.







On May 10th, The Mobile Food Initiative, one of Kalamazoo Loaves & Fishes

food programs will be at Portage Chapel Hill Church.
The goal of this program is to get additional grocery items into the hands of people who

need them in Kalamazoo County. Food is distributed on a first-come-first-served basis.

As with most other KLF programs, there are no eligibility requirements or paperwork to fill out. 
Food is free to local residents. Click HERE for more information.




Chapel Hill’s Community Garden is calling! There are plots available for the 2021 season.

Cost is $25 (to cover the cost of water usage). Gardeners are encouraged to donate 30% of their produce to the Romence Rd. Food Pantry, hosted by Portage Chapel Hill Church.

To reserve your garden plot please contact Chris Cartner at cartner3030@gmail.com.






 Masks are required for this event.  If weather is bad the event will be canceled.

The event will be Safe Place staffed and drop off is okay. You must register for the play-date.

We will close each event at 15 kids. Click HERE to register for the April 21 play-date.


Blood Drives

The need for blood remains critical. To sign up for a blood drive near you before June 19,

go to redcrossblood.org/give.







The weekly scripture is posted here each week for folks to meditate on, 

think about and prepare for worship on Sunday.  It is linked to that specific passage 

at BibleGateway.com. Just click the graphic!