Sunday School: 9:30 AM
Worship Service: 10:45 AM
Wednesday Evening Adult bible study 6:30-7:30
Awana Clubs 2023-2024
are now meeting each Wednesday Evening at the church.
Doors Open at 5:45 PM
Awana Clubs meet each Wednesday evening during the school year.
Come Join the FUN!
Books and Club Shirts are provided by Awana Clubs.
A free meal is served from 5:45 - 6:15 for Awana clubbers and Leaders.
Clubs available: Pre-School age - 12th grade. Puggles Nursery is available for children of Awana Leaders and for children of Adults attending Wednesday Evening Service.
Van pick-up for Awana Clubs will be available at designated pick-up locations. Contact the church for pick-up. email@example.com
Clubbers may sign up anytime during the Awana year on Wednesday evenings at the church.
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Who We Are?
Riddle's Chapel is a kid friendly, people loving, God Trusting non denominational country church.
Founded in 1846 by the Rev. Eli Riddle. The church was then a Methodist Church. The building was vacant for a number of years before it was revived by the Lord in 1976 under the ministry of Rev. Harlan Hodge as a non denominational church. Rev. Hodge served as minister until 1992 when Rev. O. D. Harmon began his ministry as pastor and continued until 1998. In 1999 Rev. Dan Martin stepped in as minister and remained the Pastor until he retired on December 31, 2020. Greggory Martin took over as Pastor of Riddle's Chapel on January 1, 2021.
We strive to seek God's council and to be the Hands and Feet of our Lord Jesus Christ.
The Awana clubs goal: To Reach Boys and Girls with The Gospel of CHRIST and Train Them to Serve Him.
Here at Riddle's Chapel our desire is to assist parents in the spiritual training of their children and to help train them to serve their fellow man and their communities. It is important that todays youth be given all of the tools required to have a solid moral foundation in order to become tomorrows leaders. The future of our churches, our communities and our nation will some day be in their hands.