Five Highlights from Grace Chapel’s 2018 Annual Report

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A product owner and lead business systems analyst at Epsilon, Anthony Freddura
counts product performance related to the Agility Harmony platform (SaaS) among his chief responsibilities. Anthony Freddura has a passion for community service, and he has contributed to Grace Chapel, located in Lexington, Massachusetts.

A non denominational multicultural church, Grace Chapel traces its roots to 1948. Through its five campuses, it offers worship services, courses, and assistance connecting with care ministries and programs. Recently, Grace Chapel released its 2018 Annual Report, which began by summarizing the past year in one word: personal. Here are several of the highlights of the sermons, events, and activities at Grace Chapel in 2018.

1. The Spring Serve community projects attracted nearly 700 attendees.

2. The most-attended Easter services in the church’s history brought more than 800 people to the Watertown campus for its Easter egg hunt.

3. Its Christmas Service attracted nearly 7,000 attendees.

4. More than 1800 people participated in the Harvest Fest community outreach programs in Watertown and Wilmington.

5. The Grace Chapel Connect app was downloaded by more than 2,000 people.