What to Expect
Our weekly worship services include the reading and preaching of God’s word, congregational singing, prayer, giving of tithes and offerings, partaking in communion, and being sent to live out the blessing and challenge that the service has offered.
We believe that the Bible teaches us to worship in a variety of different postures, so you will see people raising their hands, clapping, standing, or kneeling. You are welcome to take whatever posture you feel led to take. There isn’t a dress code at Chapel Hill, so you will find people dressed in everything from suits and ties to jeans and t-shirts. We want you to feel welcome and at home in our church family, so come as you are! People of all backgrounds are welcome to worship with us at Chapel Hill, and we hope you will join us on Sundays at 9:30am or 11:00am!
Serve with Us
There are multiple ways you can serve in the worship ministry of Chapel Hill! If you sing or play an instrument (all instruments are welcomed) and would like to serve on our Worship Music Team, please contact our worship minister.
Serve on the worship Music team
If you sing or play an instrument (all instruments are welcomed) and would like to serve on our Worship Music Team, please contact our worship minister, Aaron Secaur, for more details at firstname.lastname@example.org
Serve on the Production Crew
If you are interested in working with audio, lights, or video, the Production Crew may be a great way for you to serve! Contact our Technical Director, Kasey Cowell, for more details at email@example.com
Serve on the Scripture reading team
If you have a passion for reading Scripture and are comfortable reading it out loud in front of people, the Scripture Reading Team may be a great fit for you! Someone on this team may be responsible for reading or memorizing Scripture passages for services, and may be asked to present Scripture in various creative ways. Contact our worship minister, Aaron Secaur, for more information at
Meet Our Worship Minister
Originally from Warsaw, Indiana, Aaron has served as the worship minister at Chapel Hill since June of 2018 and enjoys living in Russiaville. He graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in Church Music and has been leading worship in various contexts since 2010. He is married to his wonderful wife, Rachel, who serves here as the Communications and Middle School Director. Aaron and Rachel had their first son in November of 2022 and he has changed their lives in the best way! Aaron looks forward to meeting you and encourages you to send him an email or say, “Hi,” on a Sunday morning!