WHAT DO I DO IF...

The Chapel cares about you! We want to be there for you when you need us. We’re here to support and help you through life’s most difficult times and celebrate the joyful seasons with you.

If you have any of the needs below, please call the Chapel at 315-699-4140.

You're getting married. We will assist you in getting the plans in motion for your big day.

You’ve just had a baby. We would like to help you celebrate your new arrival by and we will also assist you in scheduling your baby to be dedicated at a weekend service.

You're facing a financial crisis or having a financial problem. Depending on your need, you will be connected to a financial class or financial counseling will be arranged. We can also help with immediate food needs.

A family member dies. In response to your call, we will let the pastors, elders, staff and intercessors in the church know of your loss so we can pray for you. We will call you, to assist with the funeral details if you’d like. We will also be sure that the Chapel family knows to pray for you and your family.

An accident or serious illness occurs in your immediate family. We will begin to pray for you by letting the pastors, elders, staff and intercessors know of your need. If receptive, we will visit your family member. When possible, meals may also be arranged for a short time.

You're in the hospital. The Prayer Chain will be activated with the pastors, elders, staff and intercessors praying for you. We wil visit you in the hospital and pray with you. Help with meals may be provided for a limited time when possible.

You're facing a personal, marriage or family crisis. We will direct you to the ministry that is equipped to meet your need. You may also have your concern put on the prayer list if you’d like.

You have a prayer need. Your prayer request will be placed on a list that will go to the pastors, elders, staff and intercessors of the Chapel. Prayer requests can also be emailed directly to the Chapel.

“It was he who gave some to be apostles, some to be prophets, some to be evangelists, and some to be pastors and teachers.” Ephesians 4:11