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.
Our campus is currently in the process of launching and has begun weekly services and community outreach. If you are interested in more information about our campus or are curious about being a committed member of our launch team, contact our campus pastor Alan Bowdler for more information.
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?
The parking lot of the space that we meet in (The Learning Garden) is rather small so if there are not spots available there we have permission to use the Mr. Tire parking lot off of Wooster Pike as well as the Drug Mart right across the street. You can also park along the road on Lexington Ridge Drive.
“Our desire is to see Medina thrive and for the people of this great community to be filled with love. Jesus came to bring life, peace, joy and hope. Our desire is to serve our community in hopes that people will find themselves renewed in their relationship with God and enjoying Him.”
Join the Team
Our Launch Team is the place to connect with other believers who desire to see the good news of Jesus' offer of hope spread and express interest in joining our church. You can fill out the form below or join us on a Sunday to indicate your interest.
Children & Students
We believe the Bible clearly teaches that the family unit - especially parents - is the primary source and center for discipleship in the lives of children and teens. We also believe the Bible is equally clear that it is the role of the Church body to come alongside parents in this pursuit and help them in the disciple-making process.
While the discipling looks different whether your child is a new-born in the Nursery or a 12th grader preparing to graduate, the mission we cultivate in our next generation is the same at every age: to bring glory to God by believing in Jesus, belonging to His family, becoming His disciple, and building His kingdom.
- Parenting by Paul David Tripp
- Big Truths for Young Hearts
- The Jesus Storybook Bible
- Shepherding a Child's Heart
- The Ology
- Becoming a Spiritually Healthy Family
- Faith of a Child
- The Action Bible
- Middle School: The Inside Story
- The Space Between
- Sticky Faith
- Teaching Your Children Healthy Sexuality
- Doing Life with Your Adult Children
Community at The Chapel happens primarily through small 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.
Though each group looks a little different, our hope in meeting together is always that we grow in friendship, prayer, accountability, care, and elevating each other in love. Our heart for gospel community flows out of the four B’s in our mission: believing, belonging, becoming, and building.
Small groups are how we encourage and serve each other, fellowship, and grow together in love. We'd love for you to join. Click here to see a list of small groups.