Season of Lent


Holy Week Schedule:

Palm Sunday - April 2
Worship at 9 am and 11 am with songs and waving of palms

Maundy Thursday - April 6
Family friendly, self-guided prayer stations and worship from 5 - 8 pm
Communion will be served by the Pastors - Last walk-through should begin by 7:30 pm

Good Friday - April 7
Worship at 7 pm - Stations of the Cross

Easter Sunday - April 9
The Gathering 9 am Worship
Twas the Morning of Easter family story walk at 10 am in Fellowship Hall
The Journey 11 am Worship


Picture This:
Worship Series for Lent


Pastors Jess and Barry are making use of the scriptures for the season of Lent
to take on a journey called "Picture This."
Each week different images of our life and time will be used
to help us in our spiritual growth
to deepen relationships with God, neighbor, and self.

Please visit the Worship Page for details about each week's Message and Scripture readings.




A Shack on a Porch:
A Lenten Study

Pastor Barry is leading an adult Christian Education class during Lent,
Sundays at 10 am in the Chapel, March 5 - April 2.

An expansion of the worship theme for Lent, this class will look at
the intimate relationship between us mere fragile humans and the eternal Spirit of God. 
No preparation is needed and each class stands alone, so come as you can! 





Sign up to Receive the Lenten Devotional

Sign up to have the daily Lenten Devotional delivered right to your email inbox
each day beginning Wednesday, February 22 through Easter Sunday, April 9.
To receive the daily devotional please email





Lenten Devotional - Writers Are Needed!

Chapel Hill will once again be putting together a devotional for Lent, and all are invited to help. If you enjoy writing and would like to share your gift with others from this congregation, please consider writing an entry for the Lenten devotional. This year's theme is "Picture This." Here's what you need to know:

  • Each day of the Lenten devotional will have a word associated with it. When you register, go through the list of available dates and find a word that speaks to you.
  • Find a picture that goes with your word and that is meaningful to you. It can be a personal photo or a stock photo from the internet or something in between - you choose.
  • Write your devotional and add your photo using THIS TEMPLATE. Aim for between 175-250 words.
  • When you are done, email your devotional entry to
  • Direct any questions you may have to Tonya Boot at
  • CLICK HERE to see a sample devotional entry.