Taking care of your mind, soul and body is important to us! We offer many exercise classes such as Stretch & Strengthen or Chair Yoga, as well as give you the chance to help others through donating blood or receiving a flu shot.

Free Flu Shots

Provided by Jeffrey Peebles, M.D.
Complete Care Southlake
Preregistration is Required

White’s Chapel has received a generous gift of flu vaccine donated by WC member Dr. Jeffrey Peebles, ER Medical Director of Complete Care Southlake. Dr. Peebles and his family have been members for over 20 years and felt led to provide flu injections at no cost to our members.

He and his staff will be administering flu shots on Wednesday, October 24, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. in Evans Classroom 2236. These injections (not nasal spray) are indicated for ages 4 and up. If pregnant, a note is needed from OB to administer.

Dr. Peebles received his Doctorate of Medicine at University of Texas at Houston. He completed his Emergency Medicine Residency at Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine and is board certified in Emergency Medicine. Peebles has a fresh mission for delivering advanced emergency care in Southlake. That mission is to provide timely, affordable and high-quality medical care to the Southlake community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Due to a limited number of injections, PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

Chair Yoga

Mondays at 9 a.m. in Room 3204

Chair Yoga is a gentle form of yoga for active older adults that is practiced sitting on a chair and with the option of standing during some portions of the class (using the chair for support as needed). Benefits of chair yoga practice include increased balance, flexibility and strength, as well as an increased sense of peace. We end each class with quiet meditation or prayer and a spiritual reading. Cost is $4 per session.

Register here | www.SantoshaYogaofTexas.com


Room 2123 (The Bridge) – The fee is $5 per class. 

Join Paula Wooters, a group fitness instructor and personal trainer with 20 years of experience, as she leads a class on Mondays and Wednesdays, 11 – 11:45 a.m. This class is designed to make you stronger, improve your balance and reduce stress, regardless of your fitness level or flexibility. Bring your yoga mat, towel and wear clothes that stretch.

Stress-Busting Program (SBP) for Family Caregivers of Persons with Alzheimer’s Disease or Dementia

Starting Wednesday, August 15 at 1:30 p.m. in Room 3102

The James L. West Alzheimer’s Center will teach the Stress-Busting Program (SBP) for Family Caregivers™ of Persons with Alzheimer’s Disease or Dementia. This multicomponent program is focused on education, support, problem-solving, and stress management. A holistic approach is used addressing the emotional, physical, spiritual, and cognitive needs of the caregivers.

Caregivers who have participated have reported significantly lowered stress, depression and anxiety, as well as improved quality of life. They have also reported improvement in their ability to relax, manage stress and an increase in their self-esteem.

Participants meet for nine weeks for 90 minutes per week starting Wednesday, August 15 through October 10 from 1:30 – 3 p.m. in room 3102. Preregistration is required by contacting Jaime Cobb at James L. West. This class has a maximum number of 10. Participants must be currently caregiving for someone with dementia.

Jaime Cobb | 817.877.1199

Kitchen Table Tips for Improving GI Health

Q&A with Debra Hilliard Jones, Dietitian

Tuesday, October 23 from noon – 1 p.m. in Room 2129

Did you know 70 percent of your immune system is in your gut or that gut microbes, serotonin, IBS, and depression have a common link? Did you know that 90 percent or more of people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms see benefit from the Leap MRT Food Sensitivity Program? Jones, an integrative and functional medicine dietitian/nutritionist and certified leap therapist, will be here for a Q&A focused on gut health. Her clients enjoy information they can use right away from market to simple kitchen meals. Prepaid registration of $10 is due by October 18 by contacting Mary Ann Zrake.

The Daniel Plan

Begins Monday, September 10 from 6:30-7:45 p.m. in Room 3102 

Getting healthy is a choice, and following The Daniel Plan can move you toward living the kind of lifestyle God intends for you to live. The Bible teaches that the starting point for change is dedicating your body to God. In this six-week class, you will receive support in making positive changes for better heath. The sessions are broken into these components:

* Faith: Nurturing Your Soul
* Food: Enjoying God’s Abundance
* Fitness: Strengthening Your Body
* Focus: Renewing Your Mind
* Friends: Encouraging Each Other
* Living the Lifestyle

The Participant study guide is available in our Circuit Writer bookstore.

Facilitator Kim King  or Mary Ann Zrake


A Matter of Balance

Live Well and Stay Independent 

Join this free eight-week, award-winning program designed to manage falls and increase activity levels.

Mondays, Sept. 17 – Nov. 5, 2018 – 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. in Room 2233

Who should attend? 

* Anyone concerned about falls
* Anyone interested in improving balance, flexibility and strength
* Anyone who has fallen in the past
* Anyone who has restricted activities because of falling concerns

What will I learn? 

* How to reduce fall hazards in your home
* How to increase your strength and balance
* How to improve your overall health through increased activity

For more info, contact Mary Ann Zrake 817-481-4147.



Care & Support

Care & Support

We want to be there in your times of need and in your times of celebration. By offering classes and events, our dedicated staff seeks to continue to support you.

Funerals & Memorial Services

Funerals & Memorial Services

At a funeral or memorial service here, we seek to worship the living God – for God to continue to bring comfort those mourning. We have materials available to help you maneuver this difficult time.

Health & Wellness

Health & Wellness

Taking care of your mind, soul and body is important to us! We offer many exercise classes such as Stretch & Strengthen or Chair Yoga, as well as give you the chance to help others through donating blood or receiving a flu shot.

Counseling Center

Counseling Center

To provide affordable professional counseling services to church members, visitors and the community within a Christian environment.

Support Groups

Support Groups

There are a variety of groups that meet on campus that serve the community.

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministry is a Christian service with a strong focus on God’s love and spiritual encouragement.

Chandler's Hope

Chandler's Hope

Chandler’s Hope is a ministry that brings awareness and answers to questions of what to do, where to go, and who to turn to when faced with addiction.