Welcome to the Chapel at Seaside!
We will be broadcasting live Sunday mornings from 10:00 to 11:00.
In an abundance of caution, the Chapel at Seaside will only be having online services until further notice.
Our live-stream on Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/SeasideChapel ) will start on Sunday at 10 a.m
Our thoughts and prayers are with those in the U.S. and around the world who have been affected by COVID-19. We urge you to follow guidelines issued by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
2 Timothy 1:7
“For God has not given us the spirit of fear but of power and of love and of a sound mind.”
The Chapel at Seaside
Most would agree that the Chapel is one of Seaside’s most iconic buildings. Sitting on the north end of Ruskin Park (behind Central Square) the Chapel hosts weddings and events along with weekly Sunday services. The Chapel’s vaulted ceiling and white-washed board and batten construction make for an amazingly beautiful space. The Chapel is usually open during daylight hours and all are welcome to partake of its peaceful, meditative atmosphere.
The Chapel provides 10:00 AM Sunday Services (Christian non-denominational) weekly.
Seaside’s Beautiful Event Venue
The Chapel at Seaside is very popular for weddings and special events. If you are interested in finding out more about this or checking the Chapel’s availability for your event please use this button.
“Truly the most beautiful church. It’s simple, but still has so many gorgeous details. I wouldn’t have wanted to get married anywhere else!” Courtney L. 7/19/2018
Pastor Gary Wingo provides thought-provoking, challenging, encouraging and from-the-heart Bible-based sermons every Sunday. Music Pastor Bill Evett leads the congregation in traditional hymns, contemporary and original songs. Find out more about us
Join us for our Sunday non-denominational service starts at 10:00 AM. The Chapel is located at 658 Forest St directly across from DiBicci Park. Parking is available on Smolian Circle and Central Square. Map
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‘Young Life’ is coming to South Walton and we need your help!
The Seaside Chapel is working with other local churches to establish a new Young Life chapter here in Walton County. We have found a leader for it who will be moving to the area in January 2020. We are looking for volunteers and financial supporters who can provide the resourced needed for this needed youth ministry.
The Young Life program has impacted countless young people’s lives since it was founded in 1971 by Jim Rayburn. Please join with us as we pray for the Lord’s leading in establishing this powerful ministry for Christ. Read more…
2019 Perfect Wedding Venue Award
The Chapel at Seaside is the winner of the 2019 “Perfect in South Walton Diamond Award” for Best Wedding Venue!
The Seaside Home Owner’s Collection handles all of the Chapel Event Reservations and Details. You can find out more Here
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Mexico Beach Outreach
Saturday, June 30th, we had 43 people head down to the First Baptist Church in Mexico Beach.
We wanted to reach out to the community and let them know that they HAVE NOT been forgotten. Chick-Fil-A helped by delivering 200 boxed lunches which we handed out free to everyone who stopped by between 11:00 and 2:00.
There where approximately 100 people who attended and in addition to the lunches we had iced coffee provided by Coastal Coffee Bar Co., Cakes by Sweet Henrietta’s Treats, Free Hair Cuts by Scott Taylor of Taylor by the Sea in Grayton Beach. A bounce house was set up for the kids and we had a snow cone station which proved to be very popular! Zoe Walega provided live music for the event and everyone involved had a wonderful time blessing the Mexico Beach community.
We have a photo album up on our FaceBook page. You can see it HERE
The Chapel at Seaside has committed to ongoing physical, spiritual and financial support for the First Baptist Church of Mexico Beach. Currently, this church is the ONLY Mexico Beach church in operation and is serving as a clothes and food donation center in addition to providing weekly worship services.
The First Baptist Church has a new roof and the main sanctuary has new flooring but there are still many parts in need of repair. Also, the church parsonage had burnt down just prior to the hurricane and Pastor Eddie and his wife and son have been using one of the Sunday School classrooms as their living quarters.
There are many challenges ahead for the church and community and if you would like to help us in our efforts to help you can donate online, or if you are in town see Pastor Gary at the Chapel. God Bless You!