Worship Services

Armstrong Chapel offers three unique worship services every Sunday morning. 

8:20 -  Old Chapel
As the name implies, this service meets in the old chapel that was the original church building founded in 1831.  The Old Chapel has been in continuous use for worship ever since.  Sunday morning worship features a traditional order of worship and a hymn sing in an intimate environment.  Weddings and funerals are also often hosted here. 

9:40 - Traditional
This classic worship service is held in the main building sanctuary.  The service features organ or piano music, a chancel choir, and handbell choir in a traditional order of worship.  

10:00 - Faith Infusion
An energizing service with a contemporary, yet timeless, style.  Located in the Worship Center of the main building, this service uses a dynamic blend of Gospel-centered preaching, music, videos, drama and other art forms to create a worship experience that draws the congregation into a dynamic encounter with the Living God.

Special Services

Palm/Passion Sunday — March 25


Each of the services will celebrate the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem and the Passion of the coming week. We will wave palms and encounter the emotions of a week that will change the world forever!

Holy Thursday — March 29

7:00pm in the OLD CHAPEL

We will gather to encounter the last supper with Jesus. Holy Communion will be part of this service. Special music and powerful liturgy will rehearse the commands of our Lord – “every time you eat this bread and drink this cup, remember me.” Plan to come be part of the ReMembering (intended to be spelled that way as we will continue in our theme of membership).

Easter Sunday — Sunday, APRIL 1

8:20am in the Old Chapel
9:40am in the Sanctuary
10:00am in the Worship Center

This is No Fools’ Day Trick – The Tomb is Empty 
Children’s Easter Lesson at 10:00am in the Children’s Center.
Childcare is available for nursery up to 3 years old during 9:40 & 10:00 services.

 Living Cross: On Easter morning, you may add fresh cut flowers to the Living Cross on the church lawn. Bring them from your own garden or get one there. This cross reminds us of the loving grace of God who used Christ’s death on the cross to beautify our lives with forgiveness. We also remember that the cross has become a central symbol of Christian faith and hope, although it was once a tortuous instrument of execution. You might want to bring a camera for a family picture in front of this lovely and meaningful backdrop.