Welcome to New Hope Chapel

We are a Bible-based, Christ-exalting church where people who wish to experience growth in their spiritual journey, authentic relationship to God, and deep, meaningful friendships with one another can gather. We are a casual, non-denominational church that seeks to exalt the name of Jesus Christ and follow Him in all aspects of church life.  Learn more about us...

Adult Sunday School

The Adult Sunday School class meets at 9:15. The topic is Ephesians, and Bob Luther is teaching. This is always a great discussion and learning time, please join us!

Our Sunday worship service begins at 10:30. There is a fellowship time after the service with coffee and light snacks, which is a great opportunity to get to know one another better.

Breakout (Sunday School) for Children

After joining their families for Praise and Worship and a brief Children's Message, the kids move downstairs to Breakout. Child care for infants through age 3 is available in our nursery throughout the worship service.

Upcoming Messages

 

Pastor Steven Ristuccia is preaching a series called Christ - His Ministry and His Example.

March 16: The Ministry of Christ - Setting Captives Free

March 23: Christ - Our Perfect Example of Love

March 30: Christ - Our Perfect Example of Forgiveness

April 6: Christ - Our Perfect Example of Devotion

 

 

Our Vision

 

New Hope Chapel is committed to being a beacon of hope to our neighbors, by introducing them to Jesus Christ and guiding them to a deep personal relationship with Him.  We entrust our lives to the obedience of Christ’s teachings and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit, living out God’s grace as Jesus told us “By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”

 

 

 

Two of our members, Frank & Julie Joyner, recently went to Papua New Guinea to participate in the dedication of the New Testament into the Mesem language (it took 20 years to translate!) Read about it on the Our World page.

Home Fellowship Groups

Our Fellowships meet in Westborough and Framingham. Click here for more information.