Community Chapel Church

Joplin, Missouri

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A Clear Focus of Ministry For The Times


The Vision Statement of This Body
To provide Joplin and the surrounding area with a full gospel, New Testament church, which is geared to the spiritual needs of this multi-faceted community.
The Mission Statement of This Body
To provide comfortable and serviceable facilities conducive to Worship, Instruction in God's Word, and Christian Fellowship.
To identify with Christ's world-wide harvest beginning at home, reaching out with compassion to evangelize the lost, globally.
To assimilate believers into the body-providing each one training in decipleship for the work of the ministry.
The Purpose Statement of this Body
To Build a ministering body of saints:

Ministering to the Lord upward, ( Exalt the Lord )
Ministering to the Body inward, ( Edify the Body )
Ministering to the World outward, ( Evangelizing the World )

To give everyone the oppurtunity to except Jesus Christ as personal savior, and then encourage their growth into His fullness.
To commit ourselves to the Ministry/Vision statement, offering our prayers, and resources ( spiritual, physical, and financial ) to accomplishment this goal to the glory of God.
Together, Experiencing a Ministry-Building the Vision
To grow or not to grow-there is no option
-Embracing Our Community For Christ-
"Publishing the Full gospel message, by all the People, to all the World"
History Of our Church
        Community Chapel Church of Joplin grew out of the vision of Ronald W. Dean. Reverend Dean met with a group of interested and dedicated people in a rented business park in 1990 when the church was formed. They worshiped at that site until the new facility could be constructed on East 26th Street in 1991. The attractive church building has a sanctuary which seats above 400 together with commodious Sunday school rooms, offices, fellowship hall and related facilities. In January of 2001, Roy M. Chappell joined the staff of the church as Assistant Pastor, and he was subsequently elected as Transitional Senior Pastor for one year in July of that year following the resignation of Ronald Dean. Our current pastor is Rev. Jeff Jones.
        Community Chapel Church takes pleasure in its reputation as a friendly body of believers who are deeply committed to serving this community in Christian love.


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