Monthly Spaghetti Dinners
Dinners are held the 2nd Saturday of each month, October through July. Menu items are homemade by our church volunteers including Chef Mama Chapeletti’s famous sauce, hundreds of hand-rolled meatballs and freshly baked brownies.
Throughout the year, Chapel hosts a number of programs and activities for families with children. These events provide a fun atmosphere and are filled with games, crafts and good food!
Celebrate With Cake
On the second Sunday of each month Chapel will celebrate everyone's birthday in that month. Pastor Steve will announce the names during the worship service; then we will serve a special birthday cake during Fellowship Hour. For a complete list of monthly birthdays, refer to Glad Tidings. If your birthday does not appear on that list, notify the office at email@example.com or (239) 463-3173 so that we may enter your birthday date into the data system.
Picnics & luncheons are held on the Sunday of the holiday weekend such as Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day. We also have seasonal luncheons, such as Apple Sunday in the fall and Summer Picnics. Following Worship Service, everyone gathers in the fellowship hall for “picnic” foods, games and contests. Don’t miss the chance to participate in the pie eating or watermelon seed spitting contests.
Easter Party and Egg Hunt
Program is held the Saturday before Easter Sunday and is open to
entire beach and surrounding communities. Activities include egg dying, face painting and an egg hunt (ages 2 thru 5th grade).
Fort Myers Beach
Chapel sponsors the Fort Myers Beach Cub Scouts Troop 999. Scouting is a program that makes a difference in a youth's life through morals, values and life skills. The toop meets every Wednesday (during the school year) at
6:30 p.m. in Silver Hall.
Communion Sunday Luncheons
The first Sunday of each month we have a Communion Luncheon. All are welcome to enjoy lunch and fellowship after the 10:00 a.m. Worship Service!
On the last Sunday of the month during worship, we recognize our Scottish Heritage of the Presbyterian denomination known as “The Kirkin’ O’ the Tartan.”
As part of the celebration, a member of the Lee County Pipes & Drums shares his artistry of bag-piping with the familiar tunes of Scotland the Brave and Amazing Grace.The Kirkin’ O’ the Tartan is a celebration of Presbyterian roots, going back to the Scottish Reformation of the 16th century. At that time, the Scottish people expressed their family heritage by the wearing a specific plaid cloth known as a clan tartan.Following service, we gather in Silver Hall for coffee hour to partake of some traditional Scottish desserts. Wear your family colors or kilt and/or bring a dessert reflecting memories of your Scottish roots.