We have been safely gathering on campus for worship and Sunday School since September. 

Here's what to expect:

Masks are encouraged, not required.
(with the exception of Special Needs)

Open and distanced seating are available.
(in marked pews and classrooms)

Hot coffee and sometimes donuts are available.
(in designated areas)

No reservations are needed.
(with the exception of  nursery)

Sunday School Classes for all ages are available.
Children, Students, Special Needs, and Adults 

Current Sunday Morning Schedule:

Contemplative Worship

8:45 a.m., Chapel

Extended times of stillness, scripture readings, music, sacred reading, healing prayer, and meditation

Contemporary Worship

9:00 a.m., Sanctuary

High energy praise and worship songs
 (sign language interpretation for the deaf/Deaf and hard of hearing)

Discipleship Hour

10:15 a.m.

Sunday School for all ages and small groups meet on campus.
(no worship service during this time)

Find a class

Traditional Worship

11:15 a.m., Sanctuary

Hymns and anthems accompanied by organ; choir members and pastors wear robes and stoles.

Online worship

Live and On Demand

Watch here

Frequently Asked Questions:

Do I have to wear a mask?

Masks are encouraged, but not required.
At Chapelwood, we encourage the use of masks per consultations with Houston Methodist and Dr. Marc Boom, but we are no longer requiring masks.

Will there be distanced seating?

We will have open seating in the center of the Sanctuary and distanced seating on both sides.
Signs as you enter the Sanctuary will help you know where to sit based on your preference.

Will there be coffee?

Yes! Coffee will be available in the Fountain Hallway and some classrooms. 
There will also be donuts through the month of May in designated areas.

What activities are there for my kids in worship?

Children's Ministry has made it easy for you to include your kids in worship by assembling all of the weekly materials for you. Click here to learn more about My Worship Bag. Nursery care is available with registration here.

How can I give my financial offering?

We won’t pass the offering plates during service, but there will be offering plates on stands at the three entrances to the Sanctuary. There will also be instructions on the screens for giving.
You may also give online at any time.

What other safety measures are in place?

We’ve made a lot of changes to signage, equipment, and supplies to make regathering as safe as possible. All the touchpoint spaces are cleaned throughout the day. The Sanctuary will be wiped clean and fogged before and after each service. We’ve trained staff to model safe practices and added clear signage to guide your path and remind you of current protocols. We also have disposable masks and hand sanitizer available at each main entrance.

What should I do before coming to campus?

Engage in a self-check. Take your temperature to make sure you don’t have a fever and examine the list of symptoms associated with COVID-19 to make sure you’re not exhibiting any of them (fever over 100.4 degrees, chills, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea). If you have any symptoms, we ask you to stay home and worship online.

Where do I park and enter?

All parking lots and entrances will now be open on Sunday mornings.

Are we still registering our attendance?

Yes. While we will not have attendance pads in the pews, there will be a QR code (similar to menus at restaurants) on your bulletin and the screens that you will scan to register your attendance. 

We hope you know how excited we are to see you and we are doing all we can to prepare a safe, sacred space for you. 

If you have any questions, please contact us!