If you want to leave a legacy of Jesus, get in authentic community with God's people. Here at The Chapel we have several opportunities for you to do that. We also offer support and recovery groups if you struggle with addiction or sexual purity.

Circle Groups

What is it?
For our adult environment, we call our small groups Circle Groups. They are a place where lives are shared and biblical truth is unpacked at a deeper level and in a smaller community than what you would experience on a Sunday.

There are also small group environments available in student, college-age, men’s, women’s and singles ministries. Just visit thechapel.com to find out more about each.

Where do they meet?
Groups meet at different locations and times.

Visit thechapel.com/smallgroups to see what groups are available.

Who should I contact for more information?
Cassidy Wrigglesworth
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716.631.2636 x255


Set Free

What is it?
Set Free, our addiction support ministry, exists to provide a safe place, along with help and support, for anyone suffering from any addiction.

Where do they meet?
The CrossPoint Campus group meets in The Hangar every Tuesday evening at 7:30pm and the Lockport Campus group meets in the atrium every Wednesday evening at 6:30pm.

Who should I contact for more information?
Rebecca Patcyk
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716.631.2636 x268


Freedom Groups

What is it?
Freedom Groups is a ministry that exists to provide a safe place, along with help and support, for men suffering from sexual addictions.

Where do they meet?
Thursdays in Classroom 3 at The Apex from 7 – 8:30pm.

Who should I contact for more information?
Rebecca Patcyk
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716.631.2636 x268


Pathway To Purity

What is it?
A group for men with a sexual behavioral issue, Pathway to Purity provides anonymity and strict confidence within the group allowing for truth and honesty to be shared with others.

Where do they meet?
Tuesdays in Room 323 at the CrossPoint Campus at 7:30pm.

Who should I contact for more information?
Rebecca Patcyk
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716.631.2636 x268


Wives Support Group

What is it?
Wives Support Group is a ministry that exists to provide a safe, confidential place to help and support wives whose husbands struggle with sexual addiction.

Where do they meet?
Tuesdays in The Living Room of the CrossPoint Campus from 7-8:30pm

Who should I contact for more information?
Rebecca Patcyk
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716.631.2636 x268

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