Chapels (in Religious)

  • Former Chapel

    Former Chapel

    Reprographics unit located in a former chapel building. Features include a high vaulted ceiling, natural light, shelving, reception area with parquet flooring, and arched windows and doorways.

  • 1960s Chapel

    1960s Chapel

    Designed in the early 1960s, this chapel has a strong external form with a wall-mounted sculpture over the covered entrance. The interior is particularly impressive with original stained glass to the sides and exposed steelwork within the roof canopy. There are many contemporary interior features that have been retained.

  • Chapel Café And Event Venue

    Chapel Café And Event Venue

    Beautiful Grade II listed chapel located in a cathedral city. The building has been lovingly restored and is now a popular community venue with a café, fully licensed bar, pre-school play area, meeting spaces, and a main space used for a variety of events including performances, workshops, cinema screenings, lectures and larger gatherings. Its capacity…

  • 17th Century Chapel

    17th Century Chapel

    Non conformist 17th century chapel built on Norman and Elizabethan foundations in the centre of a beautiful and historic town. Features include a unique library dating back to 1760. The chapel is suitable for small scale filming, rehearsal, make up, and is a private, useful comfort station and/or logistics HQ, and professional catering is available.…

  • Early 19th Century Georgian Chapel

    Early 19th Century Georgian Chapel

    Built in 1812, the delightfully elegant design of this chapel reflects the importance the evangelical movement placed on sermons and scripture reading rather than communion. Unusually, it was not built as a parish church, but was privately funded and then run by trustees of the evangelical movement of the Church of England. Ministers were largely…

  • Grade II Listed Former Chapel

    Grade II Listed Former Chapel

    The Spire is a creative space for theatre, performance, live art, dance and circus makers, located in the beautiful Grade II listed St Mark’s Chapel in East Brighton. The space is used by both the local community and professional artists to develop new creative projects and is also available for public performances, film and video…