Opportunities for Women
Women’s Neighborhood Bible Study:
Please join fellow Christian women on Fridays at 10 a.m. in Seagull Cottage. The Bible Study is led by Deborah Crandall. The hour includes lessons from the Bible, thoughtful discussion, fellowship and light refreshments.
WOW – Women of the Word:
Join us on Thursdays at 10 a.m. with leader Kim Kerr, of Partners International, for a study of 1st and 2nd Thessalonians. There will be exciting study, breakfast snack, fun and fellowship. All are invited to attend any of the Chapel studies. Additional parking is available in the Flagler Museum lot just north of the Chapel.
Women at the Well:
Women at the Well is a bi-annual retreat hosted alternately between the Chapel and Bethesda by the Sea. The mission of Women at The Well is to provide a safe space to learn,ask questions, consider faith and the journey. The event is open to all women who want to attend.
This fall, the retreat will be held on November 16 from 9:15-11:45 a.m. at Bethesda by the Sea. Jill Woolworth will be the guest speaker and moderator for the event. Event chairs are Rachel Supple, Kate McCoy and Susan Beebe. All women are welcome. For more information, please contact Rachel Supple at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opportunities for Men
Oh’ Men of God (OMG):
Please join us Tuesday mornings at 7:30 a.m. for our weekly Chapel Men’s Group. OMG meets weekly November 1 through May, and monthly throughout the summer. Facilitators of the hour are Dr Robert Norris and Tim Sotos. The hour includes teachings from the Bible and thoughtful discussion. Past themes include Calling, Legacy, Spiritual Gifts, Miracles and Healing, Trials in Life, and The Holy Spirit. Guest speakers. All members of our community are welcome. For additional information or questions, please contact Tim Sotos at email@example.com.
Tuesdays, 7:30-8:30 a.m. at Seagull Cottage.
Additional Education Opportunities
Center for Spiritual Inquiry
Seagull Cottage is a dedicated space for the Chapel’s “Center for Spiritual Inquiry”, for both children and adults.
The Center for Spiritual Inquiry in Palm Beach frames, from a Christian perspective, a safe space where serious theological and spiritual questions will be considered. It will offer courses where those of the surrounding area can continue their search for God. Its programs and purpose will be to probe the meaning of faith in an age of violence, diversity and uncertainty. It will allow those of a variety of faith traditions to explore, through a Christian lens, such questions and topics as:
Is God both sovereign and good?
Why is there such horrific evil in the world?
Is there life after death?
How does prayer work?
What can Christians, Muslims and Jews do together to enhance brother and sisterhood?
The coherence and relevance of Old Testament wisdom.
Paul’s letter to the Romans: A panorama of the Gospel.
Finding the Will of God: Discipleship or Divination?
How can the Gospel be influential for children and youth and their parents?
Since its founding, the Chapel has been a non-denominational spiritual center and is today a post-denominational congregation. It is a spiritual center where people can grow in a variety of faith traditions to probe the deepest questions of life and faith.
The Chapel and Sea Gull Cottage will house and offer the most unique setting and community of faith in the Palm Beaches where individuals may learn of, better appreciate, and gain deeper respect for the faith traditions of others.
Offerings include 100, 200 and 300 level courses on topics including Bible, Theology, Arts and Literature, and Practical Christianity. These will be taught by Dr. Norris, as well as guest faculty, renowned pastors and noted theologians.