Health Related Services Offered at Chapel
A Service of Healing
This service will resume when we have in-person services,
except without the laying-on of hands until the CDC guidelines are lifted.
A Service of Healing will follow the 10:00 a.m. service at the front of the Sanctuary. This service of prayers for healing reflects our belief that God’s purpose for us all is a life of wholeness for our mind, body, and spirit. The ministry of healing is an integral part of our Christian witness. So, too, our prayers are complementary to the work of medicine and other forms of healing, which are also channels of God’s loving and transforming purpose. All are welcome to share in this ministry to pray for themselves or for another person or situation. There will be an opportunity for those who wish to come forward to share in the laying-on of hands, anointing with oil, and a brief moment to share concerns privately with the Pastor.
Our hope is that as a Christian community, all who attend will feel God’s acceptance and love, and this will sustain us in our process of healing.
Homebound & Sick Visitations
Due to COVID-19, in-person visitations will be limited
in accordance with CDC guidelines.
If you, or someone in the Chapel community, is homebound, has been ill, in the hospital or having surgery and would like a visit for our Pastor, Elders or Deacons, please contact the church office (239) 463-3173 or email at email@example.com.
Due to COVID-19, these programs have been temporarily suspended.
Health and Wellness
Programs are offered throughout the year on a variety of timely topics
such as aging well, disease prevention, healthy lifestyle, safety,
caregiver support, chronic pain and health insurance.
Ft. Myers Beach Rescue Squad will provide CPR training to congregation.
Offered during season to congregation and the community,
see bulletin/newsletter for details.
In-person AA/Al-Anon Meetings, normally held at Chapel by the Sea, have been
temporarily suspended. Please check out the website www.leecountyaa.org
for additional in-person or ZOOM meetings throughout the county.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial and apolitical. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem. AA meeting are held at Chapel by the Sea throughout the week. Please see Community Outreach & Services and the Chapel Calendar for specific times.
This mutual support group for individuals who have experienced problems with someone else’s drinking meets Monday evenings at Chapel by the Sea. Each meeting has the autonomy to be run as its members choose, within guidelines designed to promote Al‑Anon unity. Even though their meetings are held at Chapel by the Sea, Al‑Anonis is not affiliated with any religious group. Al‑Anonis focuses solely on coping with the effects of someone’s drinking.Please see Community Outreach & Services and the Chapel Calendar for specific times.