Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Olympic Valley Chapel open to the public?

Yes, the Olympic Valley Chapel is open to the public on Sundays at 10 am. The community may contact our pastor to meet throughout the week via email.

What denomination is the Olympic Valley Chapel?

We are affiliated with the United Church of Christ and are an open and affirming community. All are welcome to our services, including well-behaved dogs.

Does the Squaw Valley Chapel have a new name?

Yes, after a vote from our leadership team, the Squaw Valley Chapel has decided to change our name to the Olympic Valley Chapel.

What is the history of the Olympic Valley Chapel?

The Olympic Valley Chapel, formerly the Squaw Valley Chapel, was built in 1960 for the Winter Olympics. Since then, the Chapel has been hosting services and events for locals and visitors.

How can I donate to the Olympic Valley Chapel?

We accept donations through a third-party website called Vanco. Donate Here

What does the Olympic Valley Chapel believe?

We believe in our Guiding Principles which are six belief statements that help us make decisions. In summary, we are Christian, we are open-minded, we are spiritual, we are evolving, we are diverse, and we welcome everyone. To learn more about each of these check out our Guiding Principles.