Camp Chapel United Methodist Church

Mission Statement

Called by Jesus Christ to worship, make disciples and serve.

Weekly Worship Times

Please join us for worship on Sundays

08:30 - 09:30 AM   Traditional service is held in the historic chapel
09:30 - 10:50 AM   Sunday School
09:30 - 10:30 AM   eXtravagant Praise in the sanctuary
(contemporary service)
11:00 AM - Noon   Late Service is held in the sanctuary
* Child care is offered

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey / Irma
How You Can Help


The hurricanes hit hard. The rebuilding is going to be a long process.

In a conversation with Northeastern Jurisdiction VIM Coordinator the Rev. Tom Lank, he said what is needed right now is much prayer and UMCOR Flood Buckets/Relief Kits and Health Kits.

For now, individuals and local churches can help in two ways. Monetary contributions can be made to UMCOR to support the full-time personnel, supplies, and equipment needed for the disaster response and setting up the long-term rebuilding plan.

Monetary donations may be given through Camp Chapel. Make your check out to “Camp Chapel,” but include “Hurricanes” on the memo line.

You may also give online to UMCOR's Domestic Disaster Advance #901670.

Help can also be given by preparing Flood Buckets/Relief Kits and/or Health Kits for distribution. UMCOR has warehouses across the country stocked with Relief Kits and other supplies ready for the next truck headed to an area of immediate need.

Putting together Relief Kits can be done by a family or small group or as a larger church effort. For details about specific immediate needs and instructions for Relief Kits and Health Kits, visit

Currently the Baltimore-Washington Conference has three 'mini-hubs' which collect flood buckets and transport them up to the main storage facility called Mission Central in Pennsylvania. These mini-hubs are in Maryland at Bentley Springs UMC in Parkton, Liberty Grove UMC in Burtonsville, and St. Matthews UMC in Bowie. For more information about these hubs, visit If you can not get to one of the hubs, completed flood buckets can be dropped off at the BWC Mission Center at 11711 E. Market Place in Fulton.

This is the immediate need and how we can help the people in Texas and Florida right now. FEMA is working with the local and state agencies in both places to make sure everyone is safe. At the appropriate time, Emergency Response Teams (ERT) will be requested and, when ready to receive teams for helping with the recovery and rebuilding, there will be opportunities for UMVIM teams to travel and work directly with the people. We will keep you posted and updated as this unfolds.

Please surround the people of Texas and Florida in your prayers and let us be a light of hope and love in their time of need.

Pastor Richard  
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News and Information

Shredding Fundraiser

Saturday, October 7th
10 am – 12 pm

Have your sensitive documents safely shredded without removing staples or paper clips!

$10 per box

To purchase tickets, please contact the church office for information

Proceeds go to our Outreach program helping those in our community.

Camp Chapel Crab Feast

Saturday, October 7th
2 until 5 PM

Adults - $45
Children (8 - 13) - $30

Tickets are sold in advance only.

Reserved tables are only for groups of 8 and must notify the church office

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