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Who We Are

White Bluff Chapel is made up of over 300 people of 15 different denominations. These 15 denominations have become united by our beliefs. Although we come from various denominations, one denomination never outweighs the other.

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We have a loving harmony about us. Our belief is centered in theology and our teachings and preaching are centered on the Bible. We are committed to our view of Christ as stated in our beliefs.

We are strongly mission minded in our community - not only giving of funds, but also giving of ourselves. Our influence outside the walls of our community is important, and we never forget that.

Our worship is traditional. We use hymn books and Bibles.

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We are casual in dress, although suits are not forbidden. We believe our Sunday best comes from within and not from what is on our back. We are informal and comfortable, and we want to make visitors feel at home.

Long before we had our own building, we had Bible Study classes on Wednesday nights. Those were held in members' homes. Now that we have our own building, we can carry out larger and multiple studies at one time. Besides the Wednesday night group, we have a Sunday morning Bible Study and several others.

The majority of our members are retired, but there are some younger families also living within White Bluff. We have Children's Church on Sundays for them, and for visiting grandchildren. We also have a Vacation Bible School each June, and it is attended by close to 100 children.

We are a chapel supporting the community, believing that Christ was the Son of God, that He was of a virgin birth, that He taught us about God, that He died for us, that He arose from the dead, that He ascended into heaven to be with his Father, and that He will come again.

If you are in the area, come join us for worship.