Service Days & Times
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Sunday Evening Worship 6 p.m. – Due to COVID-19, we are not having Sunday PM services. Please check back with us in the future to check an update in service times for Sunday evenings!
Wednesday Bible Study 12 p.m.
Wednesday Evening Bible Study 7 p.m.
Homer’s Kids/Chapel Teens Wednesdays 7 p.m.
***Nursery/Children’s Church Available during Sunday services for children up to 6th grade. ***
Founded in 1888, Homer’s Chapel started out as a church built from an old barn and farmland on the mountainside. In honor of the man who graciously donated his land for the building and work of our church, the people wanted to name the church “Homer’s Chapel” to honor the man and his nephew who died at a young age.
Our Mission here at Homer’s Chapel is to LOVE others to the knowledge and salvation of Jesus Christ, LEAD others into a growing personal relationship with Him, and LAUNCH our members into the work of the Lord.
At Homer’s Chapel we strongly value the family unit. “As the family goes, so goes the church.” We like to consider ourselves a “family for families.” We would love to have you join us!
Ministries of Homer’s Chapel
We offer Sunday School Groups for all ages! In these groups you will be able to build relationships and bonds with other Christians. learn about God through Bible study, minister to our community in different forms, and reach others for Jesus.
Homer’s Kids (HKs) / Chapel Teens
Youth of all ages are welcome to join our youth ministry! We offer a unique style of teaching, worship, and ministry activities for children of all ages. We also focus on family-oriented activities and ministry activities involving our youth.
Children’s Care Campaign
We take up donations of teddy bears, childrens’ activity books, and writing utensils to be given to the Black Mountain Police Department to be distributed to children during troubling situations. This is a great ministry to support!
The Gleaners are a group of ladies that come together and support one another, the church, missions, and the community. They take part in fellowship, devotions, and fundraising activities throughout the year.
Our church supports different missions in different ways. These include Mission Runs (taking up donations to send missionaries on short-term mission trips), Sunday School Group support, Gleaners’ support, and by corporate support to missionaries, church planters, and revitalization works.
Swannanoa Valley Christian Ministries
Our church takes up donations different months out of the year to be given to the SVCM to help our community. These items include canned foods and non-perishable items. This is a great way to help those in need in our community.
Pastor Caleb Davis and his wife Jessica came to us in August 2018. Answering the call to preach at the age of 15, Caleb has been an active minister in evangelism and in being a pastor in West Virginia. He is ordained through the Blue Ridge Association of Free Will Baptists, of which he takes an active part. Pastor Caleb is currently working on his Master’s of Divinity degree through Liberty University Online. His wife, “Jessi,” is a photographer by trade and loves to serve the church and community in any way she can. After moving to North Carolina, Caleb and Jessi felt the call to become foster parents, and have fostered seven children in total, two of which remain in their care. They plan to minister to the community of Black Mountain and the surrounding areas for many years to come!
From L-R: Deacon Doug Hall (wife Kathy), Deacon Bill Whisnant (wife Lisa), Assistant Pastor David Burgin (wife Robin), and Deacon Steve Rhinehart (wife Ann).