Hope Chapel Nashua plans a little fun on Saturday
This weekend, church members will do their best to give friends and neighbors a little bit of fun.
Bless this Community kicks off at 10 a.m. at the church’s home base at 46 Bridge St., and everything is free and open to the public.
The entertainment lineup also features several local bands, including Christian rockers, True North.
And for Saturday yard-sale hunters, Bless this Community will host an open yard sale with no fees for sellers.
Food and drinks will also be available.
Hope Chapel is part of the Foursquare Church, an international family of thousands of churches and congregations who are part of an evangelical Pentecostal Christian tradition.
During the week, members host “mini churches” in living rooms, coffee shops and parks where members can meet, talk and pray in casual and comfortable settings.
But the door is always open for anyone who would like to join the congregation for their Sunday morning services at 10 a.m.
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