Hope Chapel celebrates 20th anniversary with a community garden – Low Calorie Diets Tips

STERLING – Hope Chapel has much to celebrate with the church’s 20th anniversary and the opening of a new community garden.

On May 29, a special anniversary service was held at Chocksett Road Church, attended by Select Board Vice Chairman John Kilcoyne, State Senator John Cronin, Representative Meghan Kilcoyne, State Representative Michael Kushmerek and hundreds attended by church members.

“We had a full house,” said Hope Chapel senior pastor Neal Davidson. “You could feel the joy, which is actually quite typical, and we were also grateful to have representatives from our community join us for the celebration.”

A cake celebrates the 20th anniversary of Sterling's Hope Chapel.

The service included the burning of a copy of the mortgage deed, which was actually paid off late last year, followed by a lunch served by Il Forno.

“It was great to take the time to review the many ways Jesus kept His promise to give life and life to the full, John 10:10,” Davidson said.

Longtime church member and city resident Barbara Foster said the celebratory service was “absolutely perfect.

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