Welcome to our campus page. We’re glad you are here. We’re grateful you took the time to visit, and hope to see you soon at our weekend service. The Church is more than an event or a building, we are the body of Christ. Our church is made up of flawed, broken, imperfect humans who require grace daily. On our own we are hopeless; through the mercy, love and sacrifice of our Savior Jesus Christ, we have found a Great Hope.
You may have noticed that our church has multiple locations. While each campus has its own unique characteristics, The Chapel is one church with a single desire: We are committed to seeing every person believing in Jesus, belonging to family, becoming a disciple, and building his kingdom. We want to invite you to come see this in action and join us in sharing the love of Christ.
What should I wear?
Wear what makes you comfortable. We invite you to come as you. You’ll see anything from jeans & t-shirts to full suits. No matter what, we welcome you.
When should I arrive?
Generally, 10 minutes early will give you plenty of time to park, come in, and find a seat before service starts. For parents with children, arriving 15 minutes before service is a good idea.
Where should I park?
There is ample parking in front of our main entrance off of Wyoga Lake Rd. There are multiple entrances to the school but only one entrance that we use on Sunday mornings. This entrance is clearly identified with our exterior signs.
If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal. And if I have prophetic powers, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have all faith, so as to remove mountains, but have not love, I am nothing. If I give away all I have, and if I deliver up my body to be burned, but have not love, I gain nothing.1 Corinthians 13: 1-3
First time visiting?
Find one of our welcome team, worship team, or pastors and say hello! We’d love to meet you and thank you for stopping by. We can also help you with information about our groups, events, and other ways to engage in community.
Family Ministry at Cuyahoga Falls
At Cuyahoga Falls, we want our Sunday meeting times to feel like a family gathering. Our activities for children and students on Sunday look a little bit different from other Chapel campuses because of this. Here is a little more about the opportunities for your children during our Sunday service and throughout the week:
- A children’s lesson during the service in which all children are invited to learn questions and answers from the New City Catechism.
- During the sermon, children ages 5 and under are dismissed to a class with age-appropriate lessons and activities.
- Middle school and high school students meet together mid-week and discuss relevant topics and go further in-depth in the New City Catechism.
Our volunteers are all background checked and required to attend several training sessions each year, with your child’s security and well-being as a focus. We do ask that children be symptom-free and no longer contagious with illness for 24 hours to help us protect the health of our little ones. Please let us know of any conditions, allergies, or medical needs that may apply to your child.
For more information about any of our children and student ministries, contact us.
Following Jesus and becoming more like Him is a lifelong journey. Our church is full of adult men and women who need the grace and mercy of Jesus Christ to wash over our pain, sorrow, rough edges, and yes, our sin too. That’s right. We don’t have it figured out. The good news is, God does.
Our Adults Ministry offers many ways for you to explore the love of Christ and the joy of serving him. We come from all walks of life, generations, backgrounds, and cultures. Our hope for the men and women of our church is to grow in Christ by meeting together in fellowship, serving each other, and celebrating the glory of God.
Small Groups: Neighborhood Groups
Adult small groups are how we as a church actively practice lives centered on Jesus Christ, shared in community. Our groups are full of imperfect people seeking to grow in how we might serve and love each other. In the face of frequent rejection, Christ modeled for us what it looks like to consider others over ourselves. We aim to follow his lead. Much like the early church, we devote our small group time together to teaching, fellowship, service, and prayer.
At Cuyahoga Falls, we call these small groups Neighborhood Groups. Neighborhood Groups meet in different homes throughout the city of Cuyahoga Falls. These groups share the needs of each other in the group and focus on reaching out in their neighborhood with the Gospel.
To get plugged into a neighborhood group, contact us.
Join a Group
If you are interested in joining a group and would like help finding the best fit, let us know and someone from our staff will reach out to connect.