Why Our Church

Our mission is to reach the lost, raise up disciples, and release people to serve.

The Village Chapel is a fellowship of believers from the Lompoc Valley. As a church, we meet every Sunday to pray, worship God, and study the Bible as we seek to grow closer to Jesus day by day.

We are a part of the Calvary Chapel movement where the Word of God is taught verse by verse, chapter by chapter. We base everything we do on God’s infallible Word.  Our vision is to see our people take the Word of God out into Lompoc and surrounding areas and live it out on a daily basis.

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Sunday Mornings: 8:30 & 10:30
3915 Constellation Road, Lompoc, CA 93436
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Lead Pastor
Chuck Musselwhite
Chuck Musselwhite
Lead Pastor
pastor@villagechapel.com
“We’re glad that you are here.”

I’m so glad that you are visiting The Village Chapel. We are a fellowship of believers from the Lompoc area who come together regularly to worship God, study His word, and fellowship with one another. My hope for you is that you may know God and His people, more and more each day.

Chuck Musslewhite

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This Week at The Village Chapel
This Week at The Village Chapel

Women's Hike Join us for a three hour hike and picnic on the last Saturday of each month at various locations. The next hike is on Saturday, May 27th - Meet outside the visitor center at La Purisima Mission at 8:30am. If possible, bring a verse to share that the Lord has been using in

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Swallowed Up
Swallowed Up

Have you ever seen the Alta Obscura website? It posts several times a day bizarre things from around the world. A couple of months back they posted about a Russian fisherman who had been posting on social media about the strange fish they had pulled up from the ocean. Some of these look like they

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Running is Futile
Running is Futile

Jonah attempted what many before and after him have attempted, to run from the will of God. As a prophet of God his job was to be the voice to the Word of God. He was given an assignment, go to Nineveh and tell them to repent. Not an easy job by any means but

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