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Fairfield Mountains Chapel
Fairfield Mountains Chapel is a different kind of church. It is not a church for devotees of only one denomination; it is a congregation that combines believers from many different denominations and sects of the Christian Church.
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Worship: Sundays 10:00 AM
Our purpose is to bring all persons into a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, providing opportunities for worship, fellowship, service, Bible Study, and development in the Christian life.
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Rev. Everette Chapman
There are numerous service and educational opportunities available at Fairfield Mountains Chapel. Discover yours and serve the Lord by joining one or more of our chapel programs. Hope to see you soon.
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Fairfield Mountians Chapel
Fairfield Mountains Chapel is a self-supporting, autonomous, interdenominational Christian Church.
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Fairfield Mountians Chapel
Fairfield Mountains Chapel is a self-supporting, autonomous, interdenominational Christian Church.
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Christmas Walk Dec. 2, 2017
The 2017 Christmas Walk – “Christmas in the Mountains” – a tour of four homes decorated for the season and
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Worship Service 10:00am
Worship Service Sunday 10:00 AM
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Coffee Hour Fellowship
Coffee Hour Fellowship is held weekly, following the morning worship service. Join us for fellowship, friendship and an assortment of
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Elders Meet 4:00pm
Monday at 4:00 p. m. – Monthly elders meeting, approval of the 2018 budget.
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Angle Tree Gifts
Please bring Angle Tree Gifts to the Chapel by Wed. November 29 so they can be delivered to HNGO by
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Grief Group
Grief Group. This group offers, practical ideas, and compassion from others dealing with similar situations. We will discuss how to
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Symphony Concert
Gale Wilson, is the pianist for the Rutherford County Symphony Orchestra, and the Winter Concert for the orchestra is Friday
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WOC Christmas Walk
The 2017 Christmas Walk – “Christmas in the Mountains” – a tour of four homes decorated for the season and
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Fairfield Mountains Chapel, 1384 Buffalo Creek Rd; Lake Lure, North Carolina 28746. Phone 828-625-2411

Fairfield Mountains Chapel is a different kind of church, in a number of ways.  First of all, it is not a church for devotees of only one denomination; it is a congregation that combines believers from many different denominations and sects of the Christian Church.  The Baptists learn from the Lutherans, and the Methodists and Episcopalians learn that they have more in common than they knew.  Pentecostals join us as do persons accustomed to a lot of liturgy.  Our worship services seek to combine evangelical and liturgical elements, as we center our worship on God in all three persons.   Moreover, our congregation is made up of persons from all over the United States.  On a Sunday a number of years ago, persons were asked to identify the state in which they were born, and thirty-five states were represented, as were four foreign countries.  To say that we are a heterogeneous group is an understatement.  Yet with all our “differentness,” we share with all true churches in Christendom the centrality of Jesus Christ, a commitment to Jesus’ Great Commission, and an acceptance of His command for us to “Love one another as I have loved you.”  Our worship services are warm and welcoming, our music uplifting but thoughtful, and I seek to preach sermons to both head and heart, that are both informational and inspirational.  We heartily invite you to worship with us.  Feel free to put on your “Sunday best” or dress casually.  God doesn’t look on the outside; neither do we.  You are as welcome as the sunshine on a rainy day.  Please give us a look.  We would delight to meet you.