What's Happening


Worship Experience is now 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.


 

 

Sunday Worship: Livestream Only!

You are invited each Sunday to Portage Chapel Hill's Sunday Worship. 

Livestream is broadcast from Portage Chapel Hill's Website, Facebook, and Youtube all at 10 a.m. 

This Sunday's message will be offered by Pastor Barry Petrucci.



Fellowship Cup pick-up times are listed in the November 29 Voice.


pchum.org/broadcast


Click HERE for the audio guided prayer practices for the sermon series Finding Peace in an Anxious World.


 

Everyone (It's not just for kids!) should check out Facebook to find a fun Blessings Scavenger Hunt

you can complete at home. November is great time to be thankful for all that God has given us.

Submit a picture to Andrea at andreatrantham@pchum.org and receive a fun prize! 


Giving Tuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. Whether it’s making someone smile, helping a neighbor or stranger out, showing up for an issue or people we care about, or giving some of what we have to those who need our help, every act of generosity counts and everyone has something to give.

You might share your love with UMCOR or the Kalamazoo Free Store!


 

 

Drop new, unwrapped toys November 30 thru December 4, 9-2pm, in the main entrance Portage Chapel Hill Church. 

They will be delivered to the Kalamazoo Free Store on December 4.


 

Calling all writers of poems, reflections, and devotionals. You are invited to submit works from the heart for this years Advent Devotional. All 

pieces should be submitted by November 27. This years devotional will be posted on both of Portage Chapel Hill's Facebook pages and on the website. 

You will also be able to print the devotional from home. Submit all entries to Tonya at tonyaboot@pchum.org.


You are invited to Fermenting Faith via Zoom. This is a great way to stay connected to folks during this social isolation.

Fermenting Faith  engages in conversation around 5 questions each week.  Some questions are just fun while some go a little deeper.

If you would like a Zoom link to the next meeting contact Tonya Boot at tonyaboot@pchum.org. 

See you soon!


https://pchum.org/give