Welcome to Snowmass Chapel
Below you will find information or links to help you get to know a little bit about us. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us.
What to Expect
We are a dynamic community of faith made up of young and old, rich and poor, conservative and liberal, singles and families, new to the faith and long-time followers, those with a million questions and those with few.
All of our worship services are welcoming and low key. Dress for skiing, hiking, fishing, riding, or in a suit and tie!
A Warm Greeting
A heartfelt greeting is part of what makes a church a church. No matter what question you might have just ask. Our greeters are there to help you get settled and comfortable.
There’s nothing like the smell of coffee (or tea) to warm you up.
A casual atmosphere where friendships can form, families can grow, and relationships deepen. A place that is serious about joy, the kind that comes from real connection with God and others.
Expect to be noticed. Expect people to say something like, “Hi, we haven’t met before, is this your first time?”. Expect for people to reach out to you in love.
Our worship begins at 9am every Sunday. We love music, all kinds of music. From classic hymns to acoustic guitar and gospel quartets, we use music to show the Lord how much we love and honor Him. Learn more about our music ministry.
The Bible tells us to speak the truth in love. The Bible is God’s truth. At Snowmass Chapel we seek to explore, understand and apply God’s truth to our lives at every level in a spirit of love. You will find a variety of resources to help you grow in God’s truth.
How We Worship
We strive to make our worship compelling, relevant, life-changing, and focused on God. We seek to offer diverse ways of worship, as people come from a variety of backgrounds.
While we celebrate traditions that have been cherished for centuries, we embrace out of the box and innovative ways of loving, giving thanks, and praising.
See our Children, Youth & Family section for complete info.
Be sure to visit our Welcome Wagon for “all things” Snowmass Chapel.