Pay for Team Donation
Weekends are not possible without the help of Team donations.
Weekends are not possible without the help of prayer. At Chrysalis there is a 72-hour prayer chain. Consider joining and serving from wherever you are.
Provided below are the applications for either working of participating in Chrysalis. Please fill out the form and send it to the corresponding person in order for you to participate in a weekend.
If you would like to attend a Chrysalis weekend please download the .pdf below fill it out with a parent signature (if participant is a minor) and a pastor signature and mail or email it to: Chrysalis Registrar
If you would like to angel a Chrysalis weekend please download the .pdf below and fill it out with a parent signature (if the participant is a minor) and mail/email or bring it to the Head Angel.
What is Agape?
Agape is one of the Greek words translated into English as love. Christian writers have generally described agape as a form of love which is both unconditional and voluntary. Agape has been expounded on by many Christian writers in a specifically Christian context. C. S. Lewis, in his book The Four Loves, used agape to describe what he believed was the highest level of love known to humanity— a selfless love, a love that was passionately committed to the well-being of the other.
What does Agape Have to do with Chrysalis?
Chrysalis is a weekend retreat based off of Jesus’ love demonstrated for His people. Through out the weekend flight there will be many experiences to encounter God’s love. Due to the nature of the weekend, there really isn’t words to express what happens, or how God moves through you, but it’s unlike any other experience. Chrysalis is best described as a community that acts in accordance to how Jesus lived– self-less, generous, and most importantly accepting and loving.
Already flown and want to participate in agape?
If you’ve gone on a 3 day walk, or flown a Chrysalis flight and want to participate, please contact our Head Agape at firstname.lastname@example.org and they can help answer your questions from there.