CHAPEL ON THE GREEN

Located near the MAC Building  – Click HERE for the Facilities Map

History

The Chapel on the Green was dedicated in 1996 by the Prayer Support Circle.  It is a place to pray, meditate or simply find a sense of peace in times of stress.

Next to the Chapel there is a Memorial Garden which was established in 2000.  Names of deceased Sea Trail residents are etched in bricks to form a walkway through the lovely garden surrounded by beautiful nature and benches for quiet meditation. To order a brick for the Memorial Garden, click HERE to view the information required and submit the form.

Hours

The doors are always open from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM.  Property owners with their white access card may also access the Chapel additional hours from 6:00 to 7:00 AM and 5:00 to 7:00 PM.

Availability & Reservations

The Chapel is available to residents for small weddings (seating capacity up to 25), commemorations or memorials.  The committee coordinates the use of the Chapel to ensure the policies are followed and those reserving the area have the space and privacy they request.  Click HERE to submit a request for a Chapel on the Green reservation.  For questions, please contact Maura Baldwin at 919-649-0497 or Georgia Phillabaum at 910-579-8396.

Prayer Circle

The Prayer Circle prays for people on request and we keep the requests confidential.  If you have a prayer request, please call or email the member in your neighborhood as listed below:

  • Osprey Watch:  Kathleen Barthelme – 910-579-1450
  • Crooked Gully Circle: Ellen Belford – 910-579-2629
  • Eastwood Park:  Margaret Mortali – 910-575-7668
  • Sugar Sands:  Kathy Blaine – 910-579-4019
  • Planter’s Ridge:  Georgia Phillabaum – 910-579-8396
  • Live Oak:  Karen Barnhart – 910-880-2902

They also provide the bricks for the Memorial Garden for a small engraving fee, obtain the engraved bricks and facilitate a brick-laying, when requested.  Chapel on the Green note cards are for sale at $5 for a box of 10 notes.  The Circle works with the Master Association in maintaining the beauty of the Chapel both inside and out.

Chapel on the Green Photos