Summer 2019: More Volunteers Needed at the Boardwalk Chapel

Quick Facts

  • Trip Status: Open
  • Date: Serve for one day, one weekend, one week, or more
  • Contact: Elizabeth Horst at
  • Trip Costs: $45/day; $250/week; $2,000/Ministry Team week; $2,000 full season staff
Updated June 5, 2019

Serve at the OPC’s Boardwalk Chapel in Wildwood, New Jersey, this summer!

  • Receive practical training on evangelism and apologetics
  • Work alongside faithful believers who will challenge your faith and stir you up to love and good works all summer long
  • Assist with nightly programs where staff, churches, and volunteer musicians use their gifts and talents to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ to a lost and lonely world
  • Interact daily with people from all corners of the world—from Canada to Asia, from Northern Europe to the Middle East, and everywhere in between!
  • Return home with a renewed understanding of how to be a witness of Jesus to your neighbors and friends

Current Openings:

  • There are opportunities for individuals to serve for 1 week, 2 weeks, or more, on the evangelism, drama, music, and domestic teams!
  • Couples, families, and groups are welcome to visit the Chapel and join in its ministry for any length of time – a day, a weekend, a week, or more!
  • Contact Elizabeth Horst, below, to schedule.


The Boardwalk Chapel asks volunteers who serve at the Chapel to make donations towards operating expenses as follows:

  • $45 for a day of service
  • $250 for a week of service
  • $2,000 for a Ministry Team Week
  • $2,000 for full season staff
  • Contact Elizabeth Horst, below, for details.

How to Donate to the Work of the Chapel:

  • Financial donations to assist with the many maintenance and ministry-related expenses at the Boardwalk Chapel are always welcome!
  • Click HERE for How to Donate.

Learn More:


Rev. James Zozzaro, Director
Elizabeth Horst, Admin Assistant

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Early summer morning…the Volunteer Staff receiving evangelism training


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