What to Expect

First, thanks for visiting us. Chapel of the Cross is a congregation that delights in having visitors, and we want to be as helpful as we can be. There’s a lot going on around here, so it takes little time to figure it all out.


Worship at Chapel values the heritage of Christian worship received through the centuries without sacrificing the joy of our particular 21st century time and place in worship form and song. Come and be energized by warm, Christ-centered worship. We utilize the full range of talents and skills that our members have been gifted with musically. There is no particular dress code. On Sunday mornings and Monday evenings you’ll be as likely to find people in jeans and t-shirts as in suits and ties. Come as you are.


We believe strongly that families should worship together. For those times when kids need a break, we offer a Cry Room located just off the sanctuary for restless kids and nursing infants. The Cry Room has a window that looks into the sanctuary and a speaker so that you can still hear the service. Worship bags with crayons and activities for children to take with them into worship are available just outside the sanctuary as well.

Special Needs

Chapel is committed to creating a place where adults and families of children and youth with special needs can comfortably and confidently attend worship. We hope to minister to each member of the family so they will be able to ultimately call Chapel their spiritual home. We offer Assistive Listening Devices in all services for those with some hearing loss. We also offer a monthly “E-Service” that meets on the second Sunday of the month from 11:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m. that is geared specifically toward youth and adults with special needs. If you have any accessibility questions, please contact the Church Office at 636-928-5885.