A subordinate place of worship
a small church, often a private foundation, as for a memorial
a small building attached to a church
a room or recess in a church, containing an altar.
A place of worship not connected with a church; as, the chapel of a palace, hospital, or prison.
In England, a place of worship used by dissenters from the Established Church; a meetinghouse.
A choir of singers, or an orchestra, attached to the court of a prince or nobleman.
a place of worship lacking a parish congregation [although chapels may have a permanent clergyman]; chapels may be large or small, private or institutional. A term for a place of Episcopal worship associated with a college, university, or seminary. A small place of worship attached to a larger structure.
A place of ritual and prayer that is used by all denominations, individual staff members, religious groups, staff prayer meetings, and families of patients. The provision of sacred space for religious services for inpatient groups is one of the most important requirements for a medical chaplaincy program.
Place of Christian worship other than church or cathedral.
The room in a church building where the main worship service is held. Chapel is sometimes used to refer to the entire building.
a small building or room set aside for worship. Large churches or cathedrals might have many chapels dedicated to different saints. A chantry chapel is a special chapel where prayers for the dead are said.
A small place of worship set apart from the main part of the church e.g. a "side-chapel". A small place of worship within a church that is dedicated to a particular purpose or saint, e.g. a "Lady Chapel", a "Regimental Chapel". A small place of worship in a larger building - e.g. the chapel in a stately home, or an airport chapel A Non-Conformist church Also, in a few parts of Britain, a Roman Catholic church
a place of worship that has its own altar
a church other than a
a place approved by the Archbishop for the celebration of Mass and other Sacraments as he approves
a private church , usually small and often attached to a larger institution such as a college , a hospital , a palace , or a prison
A building or portion of one used for worship.
The name derives from the oratory in Charlemagne's palace at Aquisgrana in Germany, where the cape of Saint Martin of Tours was housed. In the nave of a church it represents a niche containing an altar dedicated to a saint.
most popularly applies to a private place of worship, but can be part of a church, where often, worship of a particular saint is implied.
A place for worship services. A chapel may also have a special purpose, such as the reservation of the Blessed Sacrament or use as a shrine.
The small worship space on the lower level of the All Souls building. There is also a chapel to the right of the main altar in the sanctuary.
part of the church, usually a recess on the side of an aisle with an altar (not the high altar) dedicated to a particular saint. The Lady chape l, the easternmost chapel, behind the choir, is often dedicated to the Virgin, hence the name
A local building where Mormons hold their worship services and other activities.
A separate prayer chamber in a large church, containing an apse and an altar; or a small church that is not the main church of its locality.
A small church, or a place to worship. Christ Church Cathedral has one chapel, the Nativity Chapel.
A place of worship or meditation in a cemetery or mausoleum, either a freestanding building or a room set apart for commemorative services.
A house of worship, often small in size, owned by a diocese or by a parish, and removed from the main church. Also, a room or recess in a church for meditation, prayer, and small religious services.
A chapel is a small room containing an altar table and enough space for a small gathering of worshippers. They are often contained within a larger church or cathedral but can also be independent buildings or places of worship attached to colleges.
a worship service or convocation that varies in style, content and frequency on each campus. Some schools require regular attendance.
A place of christian worship.
Small circle of lace or tulle, frequently edged with a ruffle
A small room opening off the choir or the aisles.
The room or hall in a Church meetinghouse used for worship services. Church members gather for Sunday services in chapels, not temples.
A small church, or a place to worship. Washington National Cathedral has nine chapels.
a small space within a church containing an altar
A chapel is a church or area of worship, sometimes small and attached to a larger institution such as a large church, a college, a hospital, a palace, a prison or a cemetery, sometimes large and unattached to another building