Update for 4/4/2020

Grace and peace in our Lord, Jesus Christ! I hope all of you are well, staying at home, washing your hands, and generally staying healthy. Tomorrow represents the traditional start of Holy Week — the week in which we remember Christ’s time in Jerusalem, his arrest, trial, conviction, and death leading to the great celebration … Read more

Worship for March 15, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the City Road Chapel UMC has suspended on-site worship services for March 15 and 22, 2020. This video devotion was created to help our faith community connect and experience something of worship together.

On March 22, it is our intention to live-stream a worship experience from our sanctuary at 10 a.m.. All videos can be found at cityroadchapel.org/videos.

While we are not gathering on Sundays, we WILL continue to do ministry here at City Road Chapel. As such, we continue to need your donations to help support our work here. You are invited to donate at cityroadchapel.org/give.

If you have a pastoral need, please reach out to our pastor, Jay Voorhees, at 615-868-1673 or at jvoorhees@cityroadchapel.org

A Word from the Pastor on COVID-19 and Worship

Dear friends, As you know, we have been monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak throughout our nation and community closely. We have developed our own protocols to minimize risk throughout the church, but of course, we can never fully eradicate that risk. We have watched other congregations and annual conferences choose to cancel all meetings and worship … Read more

Responding to the COVID-19 Outbreak

As news reports continue regarding the spread of the Coronavirus known as COVID-19 through the U.S., leaders in our church have been thinking about the best means of preventing the virus from spreading in our facility and through our worship services and events. Our staff and leadership team is dedicated to preserving our congregations’ well-being … Read more

It’s All About Relationships

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. –John 1:1 One of the unique characteristics of our Christian tradition is our belief in one God in three persons — Father, Son, and Spirit. The “Trinity” (as we call it) recognizes that Jesus was not only the … Read more