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Freedom Chapel a place to belong, church for the whole family. It is our mission to create an environment where everyone has the opportunity to Know God, Find Freedom, Discover Purpose, and Make a Difference. Each week one of our staff pastors teaches from the Bible and delivers a practical message that can be applied to everyday life. Join us Sunday Mornings at 10:30 AM. We saved a seat for you!
Letter from the Pastor...
The McPherson County has opted not to enforce the Governors Mandate to wear masks. Therefore, the Board of Deacons and I decided masks will be a decision left up to the individual. We will have disposable masks available for children and adults should you feel more comfortable wearing one.
I personally will be wearing a mask when interacting in the congregation. I am not doing so out of fear but as an act of respect to those who are choosing to wear masks. I want to be all things to all people. We are also asking our door greeters to wear masks while greeting. It is optional, however we want to make sure that everyone attending feels safe as they arrive to church.
To be clear Freedom Chapel is a judgement free zone. Our goal is to be a place to belong. So whether you wear a mask or you don't, all that matters is that you come with an open heart ready to celebrate Jesus and worship together as a body of believers.
Pastor Terry Turner
There is a Men’s Breakfast Saturday, July 11th at 8:00 AM. Guys, come fellowship and help set up for the fireworks show!
Our Annual Freedom Fest is Saturday, July 11th at 7:30 PM. Hot dogs, chips, cotton candy and popcorn will be served. Don’t forget to bring lawn chairs. You won’t want to miss the food, fellowship, and fireworks! This event is open to our whole community.
The Church Office Hours are Monday-Thursday 10:30 AM-1:00 PM.
*Please stay home and see a doctor if you are not feeling well. We want to take care of all our guests and minimize any possible impact on each other. We kindly ask that you do not enter the Freedom Chapel building if you are exhibiting symptoms of illness, are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test, or have been advised to self-quarantine.