Candleberry Chapel was founded in 2005 by Reverend Kenneth Boyle, an Attleboro resident and ordained minister for more than 50 years. Candleberry Chapel is unique in that it is non-denominational and a church without politics. In 2005 when Rev. Boyle was semi-retiring he decided to convert an old carriage house located on his property into a chapel. His decision to convert the old house came from God, he says. Rev. Boyle has officiated thousands of weddings and continues to do so at the chapel. The chapel, which overlooks a serene pond, has been host to benefit events and autism retreats and is also available for small events such as showers, birthday parties and meetings.
- Hours: Worship hours: Sun, 9:30am; Sat, 5pm (Sept. - June); 6pm (July and August).
- Handicap Accessible: There is a ramp on the side of the chapel and handicapped parking.
- Founding Date: 2005
- What makes this community special?: Our Chapel community is great because we are a close-knit family. Everyone is very caring. Attleboro has been my home for 30 years and is a great place to live.
- Parking: Free lot
- Congregation size: 200
- Services: Choir/music programs, Missionary programs, Study groups, Youth programs
- Recreational facilities: No