There are many ways you can get involved with Chapel A. Come along on Sundays and join a housegroup. These groups meet in homes during the week for Bible study, prayer and worship to equip us as disciples and to help us reach out to those around us with God's love and good news.
You can become a member and have a say in how the church is run. Baptist churches are particularly democratic and we have Church Meetings 8 times a year to discuss and vote on our current issues.
There are also lots of ways in which you could simply serve by helping out at church. There's more to (church) life than rotas, but they do serve a purpose! We have rotas for children's groups and young people's groups, preparing coffee, doing PA and the laptop, the worship group, Sunday set-up, being on the welcome team...
The bigger things that you could get involved with include our CAP centre (Christians Against Poverty), CAYP (Chapel Allerton Youth Project) and the iTeam (who organise the practical side of life such as Weekends Away and maybe even a Christmas party). Then there are the annual events such as Carols in the Park and the Chapel Allerton Arts Festival, which always need people willing to get involved.