April 14

9 & 10:30 AM


April 17

6-8 PM

Seder meal

April 20

6 PM

Baptism Service

April 21

9 & 10:30 AM


What happens during the christmas "eve" services?

Dec 23 and 24 are our Christmas “Eve” services. These services are identical. They give you and your family an option to fit your Christmas traditions. These services are the more traditional “candlelight” experiences. They are 1 hr long with lots of singing and a brief message by our Lead Pastor, Neal.

What about the kids and teens?

During our regular Sunday morning services, our Kids Connect (1 yrs old – 5th graders) is fully staffed and ready for kids church. Our teens also have middle and high school aged Bible study groups.

During our Christmas “Eve” services, everyone is together.

Christmas Lights

Join us this Christmas season as we explore how to “Untangle, Put Up, and Plug-in” the Christmas Lights. Christmas lights represent a sign of hope and cheer in the midst of darkness. That’s what Jesus Christ did. He is the true light who came to bring hope and cheer in the midst of darkness. He is the light of mankind and the darkness could not overcome the True Light. —The Gospel of John

Untangle the Light

Untangling the light from the darkness begins with slowing down and paying attention to the light. Some suggestions are to attend church on a regular basis, listen to Christian Christmas music, and read from the Bible. Here are helpful resources.

Listen to whatever style of music gets you into thinking about the season. There are plenty of playlists on iTunes, Youtube, and Spotify.

This is a 15 day Bible Reading plan that follows along with our “Christmas Lights” series. There are many other available plans on Youversion

Put Up the Light

Putting up the Light involves being thoughtful, intentional and determined. When there is a plan, the light display is more majestic. Here are some helpful ways to be involved in putting up the Light for others to see.    

Donate a new board/card game and invite others to the FREE Happy Bday Jesus Skate at Roll-on America, Dec. 17.

A giving tree is a Christmas Tree in our lobby with tags to be filled for local families in need.

Plug-in the Light

Plugging in the Light is an joyous experience of seeing the Light work.  Accepting the salvation of Jesus Christ by faith is amazing. If you’ve never done that and would like more information, you can reach us below. If you’re a follower of Christ, it’s time to invite others to “plug-in” the Light. You can use the images below to invite others, grab some invite cards in our lobby, and share our social media posts.





Hope Chapel

35 Chocksett Rd

Sterling, MA 01564