August 2017  
Upcoming Events


"Jesus" Bible Study
6:30 PM to 8:00 PM


"Jesus" Bible Study
6:30 PM to 8:00 PM


Men's Prayer Breakfast
8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
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Pastor/Elder - ThM, DMin

Scott Moffat

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Scott did not grow up in a Christian home, but he came to know Christ at an early age. He had the opportunity to attend youth groups in Chicago, and after moving to the suburbs, in Buffalo Grove. He trusted in Christ at nine years of age while attending the Brigades program at Prospect Heights Baptist Church in 1961. After graduating high school, and a stint in the US Navy, he attended Northeastern Illinois University on the GI Bill. It was during college that he met and married Susan in 1975. After they began attending Mount Prospect Bible Church, and Sue trusted in Christ; he felt the call to further education at Moody Bible Institute. He was called to the ministry while attending MBI. He prepared for pastoral ministry by moving to Texas to attend Dallas Seminary. He earned a Masters degree in Theology before his call to the pastorate. Scott has served the Lord in various ways over the last thirty years. He taught in a Christian school, worked at Awana Headquarters, and pastored four churches; in KS, VT, OH and WA. He had the wonderful opportunity to earn a Doctor of Ministry at Dallas Seminary in 2007. This allowed him to take advanced degree courses in various seminary’s around the world including the Jerusalem University College in Israel. Since that time, Scott has helped lead several trips to the Holy Land, and to Turkey and Greece following in the Footsteps of Paul. Scott has been married to Sue for 41 years and have five adult children, and sixteen grandchildren. Scott is a diehard Chicago sports fan but his passion since being born near Wrigley Field has been the Chicago Cubs. It has been a very sweet November of 2016! Go Cubs go!

Elder Chairman

Bud Clark

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Forrest “Bud” Clark accepted Christ as Savior on December 4, 1980 at age 30.  Bud and his wife Betty have one son, one daughter, and two granddaughters.  Although Bud was raised in a Baptist church in Massachusetts, he never accepted the free gift of eternal life.  In 1972 he graduated from Michigan State University, married Betty, and began a 20-year career as an Army officer.  Bud came to know the Lord while stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.  The following year he began teaching Sunday School, continuing to do so at each new post during the remainder of his Army career.  Upon retiring from the Army in 1992, Bud began his second career as a math teacher, settled in Lacey and began attending Lacey Chapel.  During his time here at Lacey Chapel, he has taught Sunday School and served as an Elder, including serving as the Chairman since 2001. 


Dave Bruns

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Dave was raised in a Christian home and believed that Jesus had died for his sins and had given him eternal life by believing in Him.  During Dave's high school and college days he drifted from church influence and was not living life in harmony with scriptural teaching.  After marrying his wife, Judy, they agreed that they needed to get serious about changing the direction of their lives.  They began to fellowship at Lacey Chapel in the early seventies, where Dave has served as Elder and Financial Recorder.  Dave graduated from Pacific Lutheran University and spent the next thirty-three years teaching.  He and Judy have one daughter, and three grandchildren.  

Deacon Chairman

Dan Stewart

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Administrative Assistant

Cynthia Stewart

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Cynthia accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior when she was very young. She grew up in a Christian home and started going to a Christian school in the 6th grade. She grew up in Shelton, WA and eventually moved to Lacey after she met her husband, Dan. She started going to Lacey Chapel with Dan soon after they started dating. They were married in 1991 and had two children, Kayla and Kristopher, as well as having custody of Dan's first two daughters, Melissa and Amber. Cynthia was able to stay at home while their kids were growing up. She joined the work force again and became Lacey Chapel's administrative assistant in 2015.