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Will return in September, on Wednesdays at 13:05
Regular services and concerts
Anyone is welcome to attend any of our regular Chapel services.
Download our current programme.
For more information contact the Chaplain Revd Pat Mann by email at email@example.com or call the Chapel Office on 020 8269 4788.
The Eucharist (which means thanksgiving) is a way of describing the service of Holy Communion or Mass where the bread and the wine are blessed and shared. The service includes readings from the Bible, the singing of hymns, prayers and a talk or sermon from the priest. In choral services, parts are sung by the choir. The form of service is from the Book of Common Prayer from 1662. The Choral Eucharist usually lasts about an hour and twenty minutes. Download this week’s Service Sheet.
The Chapel hosts a weekly Evensong with evening prayer with music, bible readings and a hymn. Open to all, the service is sung by the talented Old Royal Naval College Trinity Laban choir and the service has a restful and peaceful quality. The service is about 40 minutes long.
Our service of Holy Communion on Wednesday lunchtimes is a quiet spoken service using Common Worship which is standard for all Church of England services. We listen to bible readings, say the service together, pray and share bread and wine or a blessing. The service is about 30 minutes long.
Choral Matins is morning prayer with music. There are prayers, bible readings, hymns and a sermon. Many parts of the service are sung by the choir and the service lasts for about an hour and fifteen minutes.
Both Matins and Evensong follow the service as laid down in the Book of Common Prayer from 1662.
Love Your Lunchtime with Trinity Laban
Tuesdays, 1pm (term time only)
Take a moment in the middle of the day to enjoy some of the finest music in The Chapel with chamber concerts by students of our onsite partner Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. Admission FREE, no ticket required. Concerts last approx. 45 minutes. Find out more.
Access to the Chapel for wheelchair users is via a lift, which is accessible from College Way. We recommend letting us know in advance of your visit that you will need to use the lift, so that we can make sure we have someone on hand to assist you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you will need to use the lift while onsite.
The lift is not suitable for mobility scooters, however we have a wheelchair you may use to visit the Chapel if you need to. Please email email@example.com to enquire about using our wheelchair if you are a mobility scooter user.
Please note, the lift will not be available while services or recitals are taking place in the Chapel.
A Stairmate is also available for access into the Chapel.
For visitors not using the lift or Stairmate but requiring step free access to the front door of the Chapel, the route outlined by the dotted line on the map above should be used. Once you are inside the Chapel, there are 14 steps to access the main body of the Chapel.
The Chapel is often used for concerts, services, weddings and recitals and can sometimes be subject to early closures. Plan your visit.
Baptisms, Funeral and Memorial Services
Please contact the Chaplain to discuss baptism services (Christenings) or about holding a funeral or memorial service. These services are generally held for those who are, have been or are willing to become regular members of the Chapel congregation. Memorial services may be held for those who have historic links to the site, perhaps due to their service in the Royal Navy.
If you are interested in getting married in the Chapel, please contact our Chapel Manager, Deborah Robson on 020 8269 4788 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chapel Choir
Since 2001, the Trinity Laban Old Royal Naval College Chapel Choir has provided outstanding sacred music for the Chapel. The Choir includes experienced singers from Trinity Laban and the local community.
The choir is supported by an organ scholar, an assistant organist and Director of Chapel Music.
The choir sings a varied repertoire, spanning over 500 years of music and gives approximately one hundred public performances every year.Find out about performances and recitals