Willowdale Chapel is a nondenominational church founded in 1956. From our humble roots, we've grown to be a thriving body of 1,500 people. Today we are one church in two locations, with campuses in Kennett Square and Jennersville. We're passionate about Jesus and his Gospel, which offers the grace we all need every day. Whether they're longtime followers of Christ or just trying to figure it out for the first time, we love meeting people where they are and helping them grow in their faith.
We have all the core ministries that most churches have — children, youth and adult small groups — along with some "specialty" ministries that meet particular needs we sometimes face. Three of those — Celebrate Recovery, Re|engage (marriage) and Special Needs — offer distinctive help for some during the biggest challenges of their lives.
God intends to make all things new. That's why he sends us into the world with a gospel that touches—and begins to transform—all of life. Thus our Outreach Ministries are built on three pillars: Gospel Proclamation, Justice & Mercy, and Cultural Engagement. We organize around these key priorities to give full expression to God's love for the world.
Study is full and currently closed.
Thursday evenings, ZOOM, 7:00-8:15 p.m., beginning January 13 through April 7
Even the most mature believers face dark nights of the soul. During those times God seems distant, his Word feels dry, and the vibrant intimacy we knew before seems absent leaving us wondering, “Where is the Lord in this?” In Psalm 119, Matt Chandler aims to introduce viewers to the words of King David who experienced similar season of life.
Serving as the anchor for the study, Psalm 119 demonstrates the power of God’s Word in the lives of believers and its ability to provide a warm blanket for the soul. We will walk through this Psalm, encouraging each other in community to deepen our walk with Jesus and stay on the right path.
Prior to each group session- you will watch a 10-15 minute video, complete homework questions, and scripture passages (about 60 minutes each week). Study also includes a group service project and an in-person social gathering.
Thursday Evenings, ZOOM, 7:00-8:15 p.m., beginning January 13 through March 24
While often overlooked, the Book of Jude remains as relevant today as the time it was written. God has commanded His beloved church to do the necessary work of contending for the faith in a world of unbelief, and as we do, He will keep us from falling into the same deception.
In this study, we will dive into themes of being called, loved, and kept, and learn how to point others to Jesus in grace and truth. We serve other well when we share the whole gospel with them, not just the parts deemed attractive by our culture. Benefits of this study:
This group will have assigned reading and study questions. Attendees will purchase their own book. During each session we will watch a video, discuss the homework and pray together. The group also includes fellowship time and a group service project.
To register for the online groups, click here. Once you sign up, you will receive the Zoom link.