Thousands of believers around the world are persecuted for their faith. Our church has undertaken to do something to help in this crisis. Please find the mission project described below. We would urge you to provide something as a tangible way of showing the love of Christ to those who are persecuted for their faith. You can help us collect items that will assist these desperately needy fellow believers.
We are partnering with Voice of the Martyrs to help Christians who are having to flee persecution. Often these families have to leave everything in their homes, escaping with just their lives. We are collecting the items listed below, and sending them to Christians who have felt the burden of oppression and the hurt of loss.
Band-Aids (20-50 count/assorted sizes) Gauze (pads or rolls) Medical tape (1-2 rolls)
Toothbrushes (2-4) Combs/hairbrushes Bars of Soap Nail clippers Dental floss
Disposable antiseptic wipes Lip balm (sticks) Box of Gallon ziplock bags
Heavy duty tarp (light colored, 8'x10' or larger) Pack of zip ties (11" long or larger)
Small "fleece" blankets Twin-sized flat bedsheet Foam/sponge ball for a child's toy
Bath towels Wash cloths (1-2)
Flemings Chapel is about connecting people with God and with one another. Not long ago we would have said that can happen through worship services at our church, Bible study classes, children attending AWANA clubs, or other special events. Though we are not able to offer all the usual programs for children or senior adults just yet, we are still about worshiping the Lord, sharing the good news of Jesus, helping those in need, and growing in faith through the truth revealed in Scripture. We're learning to live out our faith through obedience.
We have a lot of things to be thankful about, and one of those is the opportunity to pray. We are asking that you join us in prayer for our nation: health, peace, the economy . . . but most of all, a return to God. These are times which God can use to turn our hearts to Him. May it be so!
We have learned that our live-streamed services have been a good connection to Flemings Chapel for those who cannot attend in person. In order to encourage our congregation and community, we will continue to live-stream our Sunday morning worship services each week. You can find our services live each Sunday mornings at 10 o'clock at
If you prefer not to go through Facebook, soon after our live service has concluded, you can also watch the recording of the service here. Simply click the "Sermons/Video" drop down menu at the top of the page. You will find the most recent recording listed there. Our prayer is that the worship services and other videos can minister to your soul.
In Colossians 1:28-29, Paul described his desire in ministry. It was to share the gospel, diligently teach the truth, and bring every person he could to maturity in Christ. That remains our calling at Flemings Chapel. We strive to accurately explain the Scripture in sermons and Bible studies; give generously in support of missions; sponsor events that help to reach children, teens, adults, and families; and go out into our community to have conversations about trusting Jesus for salvation. The Lord said our job was to "make disciples."
We would love to have you be a part of what is going on at Flemings Chapel.
Bible Study classes meet at 9:00am each Sunday morning.
We begin at 10:00 am.
Sunday evenings at Flemings Chapel feature our children's program called Awana Clubs, which run from 6:00-7:30pm.
We get together at 6:30 in the fellowship hall on Wednesday evenings for a time of prayer and in-depth Bible Study.