Union Chapel Missionary Baptist Church
"Moving Forward on a Progressive Journey......."
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We thank God for the forefathers of Union Chapel, who left such a rich legacy for all future generations to follow. Pastor O. D. Boone sowed the seed, Pastor L. F. Lacy fertilized it, and with the help of the Master, we will continue to cultivate it.
Our prayer is that you will continue to witness the presence of Christ in your life and strive to be more like Him. As long a Christ remains alive in our hearts, Union Chapel will continue to become a part of "A Chosen Generation" - "Moving Forward on a Progressive Journey."
530 Gardner Street; Sanctuary initiated under the leadership of the founder, Pastor O.D. Boone, was completed by Pastor L.F. Lacy.
Sept 3rd, services were held at 100 Orange Drive under the leadership of Pastor L.F. Lacy.
April 11th: a new educational complex was added to the 100 Orange Drive location under the leadership of Pastor L. F. Lacy. The building included a gym, daycare center, classrooms and church office space. In 1995, an expansion of the educational complex to include additional classroom space, upper level and conversion of the gym to a larger sanctuary space was completed under the leadership of Pastor O. Wendell Davis.
Pastor O. Wendell Davis conducted the first service at the
315 Winchester Road location on January 6, 2002. The edifice totals 55,000 square ft. and includes a 1,500 seat sanctuary, classrooms, church administrative offices, library, fellowship hall with commercial kitchen, basement, baseball field and picnic area.