This Beautiful photo was taken by Eugene Cambre. Words are not enough to thank him for this wonderful gift.
His caption says “ The brightest Light can chase away the longest of all shadows. And all you have to do … is look inside …
This is a painting by Nancy Wells Hamilton that was on loan to the Chapel for a week once we re-opened on Father’s Day, 2020. I hope this photo captures some of the quality of her work. It is stunning in person! From her accompanying note –
“My great grandfather Bert Wells brought his family to Grand Lake around 1911, including my grandmother Helen Wells, and built the original Wells now Hamilton cottage. He was also instrumental in raising the original funds to build the Chapel—I think in the 40s. We have a long history with the Chapel which makes this event more meaningful to me.”
Thank-you Ms. Hamilton for all you have done for the Chapel.
Rooted in their love for you and our community, the Grand Lake Community Chapel Council has prayerfully decided to open for Sunday services only at this time. We will be following the directives and recommendations of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL as they pertain to our specific worship environment. Though worship will look different, we rejoice that we have found creative ways for us to have the opportunity to worship together. The church buildings remain closed and the office is manned only on an “as needed” basis. Pastors and office staff will be available by telephone and email.
In Person Services will continue at 9:00 AM on Sundays.
Services will also Live Stream on Facebook at 9:00 AM.
Adult Sunday School immediately following worship