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2017-18 Kids Ministry Volunteer Application (NEW Partner)

August 5th - August 30th, 2018

This application is to be completed by volunteer applicants for any position with Chapel Hill Bible Church (CHBC) involving the supervision or custody of minors, including, but not limited to, positions with Sunday morning childcare, Let’s Be Friends (midweek special needs), KidsFest Summer Camp, Sonlight Choir, Community Dinner childcare, etc. This application must be completed by the applicant, and approved by CHBC, before the applicant will be permitted to work with children in any capacity. This form is used to help CHBC provide a safe and secure environment for those children who participate in our programs and use our facilities. This form also helps CHBC direct volunteers to the best serving opportunities so they can use their spiritual gifts most effectively as we seek to edify the church and glorify God. You must be a CHBC member, a child of a CHBC member, or a regular attendee who is pursuing church membership to serve in a volunteer position involving children.

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2017-18 Kids Ministry Volunteer Application (RETURNING)

August 5th - August 30th, 2018

This application is to be completed by volunteer applicants for any position with Chapel Hill Bible Church (CHBC) involving the supervision or custody of minors, including, but not limited to, positions with Sunday morning childcare, Let’s Be Friends (midweek special needs), KidsFest Summer Camp, Sonlight Choir, Community Dinner childcare, etc. This application must be completed by the applicant, and approved by CHBC, before the applicant will be permitted to work with children in any capacity. This form is used to help CHBC provide a safe and secure environment for those children who participate in our programs and use our facilities. This form also helps CHBC direct volunteers to the best serving opportunities so they can use their spiritual gifts most effectively as we seek to edify the church and glorify God. You must be a CHBC member, a child of a CHBC member, or a regular attendee who is pursuing church membership to serve in a volunteer position involving children.

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2017-2018 Women's Studies

September 10th - May 19th, 2018

$0 - $50

Register for any of our 2017-2018 women's bible studies here:

The Well
(Kid's Program included in registration)

  • STUDY: Ruth (3 weeks in January) and "Better: A Study of the Book of Hebrews"
  • Tuesday mornings: 9:30-11:30 am
  • Tuesday evenings: 7-8:30 pm
  • Registration fee: $42 (scholarships available*)
  • Starting Tuesday, January 16

Discovery (childcare provided)

  • STUDY: Acts: The New Beginning
  • Thursday mornings: 9:30-11:30 am
  • Registration fee: $50 (scholarships available*)
  • Starting Thursday, September 14

Pursuing God (Tuesday)
Seats: 25

  • STUDY: The Gospel of Mark
  • Tuesday evenings: 7-8:30 pm
  • Workbook fee: $2.50
  • Starting Tuesdays, September 19

Pursuing God (Wednesday)
Seats: 25

  • STUDY: 1 and 2 Thessalonians: Children of the Day
  • Wednesday evenings: 7-8:30 pm
  • Workbook fee: ~$17
  • Starting Wednesdays, September 20

*If you would like to request a scholarship, please indicate that on your registration. The last step of registration will allow you to choose to pay a partial amount of the cost (if requesting a partial scholarship) or to pay later (if requesting a full scholarship). If you would like to contribute to our scholarship fund, you can do so by indicating which type of scholarship you would like to contribute to at the start of registration.

Similarly, if you would like to pay by cash to check to the church office, please mark "pay later" at the conclusion of your registration.

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Membership Class

May 16th, 2018

Committing to membership @chapelhillbible is more than just a commitment to our church. It’s a declaration of citizenship in Christ’s kingdom. It’s a passport. It’s a formal relationship between a local church and a Christian characterized by the church’s affirmation and oversight of a Christian’s discipleship and the Christian’s submission to living out his or her discipleship in the care of the church.

Notice that several elements are present:

  • a church body formally affirms an individual’s profession of faith and baptism as credible;
  • it promises to give oversight to that individual’s discipleship;
  • the individual formally submits his or her discipleship to the service and authority of this body and its leaders.

The church body says to the individual, “We recognize your profession of faith, baptism, and discipleship to Christ as valid. Therefore, we publicly affirm and acknowledge you before the nations as belonging to Christ, and we extend the oversight of our fellowship.” Principally, the individual says to the church body, “Insofar as I recognize you as a faithful, gospel-declaring church, I submit my presence and my discipleship to your love and oversight.”

Church membership, in other words, is not about “additional requirements.” It’s about a church taking specific responsibility for a Christian, and a Christian for a church. It’s about “putting on,” “embodying,” “living out,” and “making concrete” our membership in Christ’s universal body. In some ways, the union which constitutes a local church and its members is like the “I do” of a marriage ceremony, which is why some refer to church membership as a “covenant.”

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Puerto Rico Mission Trip (July 21-29)

July 21st - July 29th, 2018

Why Puerto Rico?

In September 2017, Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico. Those among the Bible Church body who were aware of this tragedy mourned at a distance. But our brother, and Director for Latino Ministries, Gaby Correa grieved for his home and his family. Recently, Gaby was able to return to Puerto Rico for the first time since Maria struck. He did so yearning for its spiritual and physical renewal. He sought ways to empower the Puerto Rican church for Gospel-centered service with enduring impact, and he wondered if the Bible Church could be an instrument of empowerment. Many hours of travel, meetings, and prayer have revealed that
the Bible Church has a role to play in Puerto Rico.

(Matt Gilleskie, intern with our Missions Ministry, has given you a taste in this paragraph. To read more, click here and get a great perspective as to *why and what** we can do in Puerto Rico.)*

Dates: July 21 (early am) to July 29 (late pm)

Cost: $925 (fundraising opportunities will be available and encouraged)

Age limit: 18+

Teams: English as Second Language (3-4ppl), Trauma Awareness (3-4ppl), Financial Responsibility (3-4ppl), and Rebuild (16-18ppl).

Commitment: You are expected to attend the following team meetings:

  • April 29, 12:30-2:30pm
  • Large team meeting - date/time to be determined at April 29 meeting
  • Small team meeting - date/time to be determined by team leader
  • August 12, 1-4pm (debrief)

Applications Due By: midnight on Wednesday, April 25! (new extended deadline)

Teams Selected By: Friday, April 27

Teams will be selected according to best fit.