Brooks Chapel United Methodist Church

Open hearts. Open minds. Open doors.


The peace of the Lord Jesus Christ be with you!  You've found the online home of Brooks Chapel United Methodist Church.  We're glad you're visiting, and encourage you to take a few moments to explore the site and learn who we are.  Using the navigation bar above, you'll be able to access this site's various pages.  Want to know what we believe?  Click About Us.  Interested in knowing what's going on in the congregation and community?  Go to our Calendar.  Or perhaps you have a joy or concern you'd like to express.  If so, visit Prayer Requests; we'd be glad to pray with or for you.

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If you like what you find here, we'd love the opportunity to worship with you.  Our weekly schedule is listed below, and all are welcome at any of our services.  If you need more information, or have any questions, don't hesitate to contact the pastor.

Thanks again for stopping by!  God bless you.


Brooks Chapel United Methodist Church

4211 Brooks Chapel Rd.  |  Dexter, KY  42036

Rev. Sam Chambers, Pastor 


Weekly Schedule:

 Sunday School - 10:00 

Sunday AM Worship - 11:00 

Sunday PM Worship (1st & 3rd Sundays) - 6:00 

Wednesday Bible Study - 6:00

Wednesday Children's/Youth Activities - 6:00  


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JUNE 16: After 6 years of service, Rev. Jason Jones has been projected to move; June 16 marks his final Sunday.  A joint worship service, with Bethel UMC, will be held at Brooks Chapel at 11 AM.  We'll share cake and punch afterward.  Those who'd like to brings snacks may do so.

JUNE 25: Moving Day.

JUNE 30: The first Sunday for our new pastor, Rev. Sam Chambers.  Let's do our best to offer he and his wife, Melissa, a warm welcome!On May 26, we and our sister church received a special offering to assemble cleaning buckets for the tornado relief efforts on Oklahoma.  The churches combined to produce 24 buckets (pictured above).


We're still collecting aluminum can tabs for St. Jude, as well as used eyeglasses for Project 20/20.  If you have either or both, bring them in! 

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