Pine Chapel Baptist Church
1544 West Queen Street
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"And whatever you do, do it heartily,
Pine Chapel seeks to minister to your entire family.
as to the Lord and not to men,
knowing that from the Lord you will receive
the reward of the inheritance;
for you serve the Lord Christ."
- Colossians 3:23-24
We have many ministry opportunities available
which we have established
to help to lead you in your spiritual walk.
All ministries at Pine Chapel are planned to present
a clear presentation of the gospel
with a call to respond to accept Jesus Christ as Savior,
or to rededicate ourselves to our prior decision
to follow Christ and live a Godly life.
On Sunday morning at 9:45, we have Bible Study time
(Sunday School) for all ages, from infants to senior adults.
You will be greeted by smiling faces who will help you find
a Bible Study class that is appropriate for your age and interests.
You do not need to know a lot about the Bible or being a Christian
to enjoy this small group time and get to know others.
Our teachers and class members will make you feel welcome.
It is a refreshing place to be immersed
in God’s Word and grow in it’s rich instruction.
There are classes for children, teens, young adults, Adults, women-only,
Senior couples, Senior women, and Senior men
We invite you to visit these classes
until you find the one that fits your needs.
The New Testament uses the word Deacon in a
|2015 Chairman of the Deacons|
to describe Christians as servants and also in a particular way
as an officer set aside for service (1 Timothy 3:8-13, Acts 6:3).
They are expected to be men of God that adhere to Godly values.
Deacons are nominated by the congregation and chosen by other Deacons.
The prospective Deacons are then voted on by the church and approved.
New members of the church are assigned to a Deacon to help them assimilate into the
programs and ministries of the church and to use their God-given gifts and abilities
for service in the church.
If you feel that you have this particular call, please speak with our Chairman of Deacons for further information.
Involving adults and students in world evangelization
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will change their hearts forever.
The mission ministry will open their eyes
to the need to share Christ with their brothers
and sisters around the world.
After participating in a mission project, most participants
no longer believe that their home country,
school, neighborhood, or network of friends
are the center of the universe,
as their eyes and hearts have been forever changed
to the need of Christ in the lost world around them.
Our desire is not only to reach people for Christ in our own community,
but also to reach people for Christ globally.
The Bible says, “Go out into the highways and hedges, and compel them to come in,
that my house may be filled.” (Luke 14:23)
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We realize that some people are unable to attend
church services and events on their own,
so we have made a way for these people to come to church.
Every Sunday morning, Sunday evening and Wednesday evening,
we pick up people in our area and bring them to church.
After church is over, we load up the buses and take everyone back home.
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