How Can We Help You?
Our faith means nothing if we don’t combine it with action, so we love to meet needs, offer hope and connection, and demonstrate love in practical ways.
Hope Chapel’s Food Care program supports the community by providing quality groceries for an affordable price ($5 for a bag of groceries), including free fruit and vegetables.
Everyone is welcome to take advantage of making their dollars go further by saving money at the Hope Chapel Food Care Program.
Every Friday 9:30am-12:00pm
Where are we located?
2/55 Fourth Avenue, Blacktown, NSW 2148
What happens on arrival?
After your $5 donation you will be given a plastic bag to fill with groceries. You are not limited to one bag.
Celebrate Recovery is a Jesus-centered, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind.
Are you or someone you know struggling with:
- Heartache, disappointment and shame
- Eating disorders
- Food addiction
- Love and relationship addiction
- Physical, sexual, or emotional abuse
- Alcohol or drug addiction
- Sexual addiction
- Gambling addiction
Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our life.
We meet once a week for 90 minutes, with separate groups for men and for women.
Contact us to find when the next group for you are meeting. You must reserve a seat so we can meet in a COVID-safe way.
Hope Chapel helps equip people to make their workplaces, families, friends, communities, and circumstances, better for others by them being there. And we bring hope and care to our community. We do this in two ways:
We go to the community:
With food for the homeless, breakfast clubs in high schools, mentoring in primary schools, Christmas hampers for Blacktown residents, support for those going through tough times, leadership mentoring, support for migrants who have moved to the area, Easter egg hunts brought to the community.
And the community comes to us for:
Our weekly food care program providing free fruits and vegetables and very subsidised groceries, community lunches, monthly dinner under the stars (on hold for social distancing), Bible studies, Sunday church services, youth groups, young adults activities, prayer and support, and more.