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How do I find you?

The chapel is situated in the heart of the village of Swanton Abbott, on the corner of The Street and Crossroad.  If you visit the Contact Us section of our website, you will find a map to guide you.

What time should I arrive on a Sunday?

The Sunday service starts at 11am.  Why not come for 10.15am and enjoy our free refreshments?  It's a great way to meet people and you don't have to stay on for the service if you'd rather not. 

Do I need to bring money?

We have a box, at the front of the chapel, for donations from our regular congregation to the ongoing work of the chapel, and to give towards charities we support.   There is no obligation for anyone to give.  However, if you'd like to give, and you are a UK taxpayer, we can reclaim the tax you have paid on your gift.  Just ask for a Gift Aid form.

What happens when I arrive?

You will be given a warm welcome.  There are no reserved seats, so just sit wherever you feel comfortable.

What happens in the service?

You may hear someone sharing their story about faith, and how that impacts their life.  We sing songs, and we have a time of prayer where we talk to God.  We also have a short talk about a topic in the bible.  Sometimes we share communion together, with bread and wine.  This helps us remember Jesus' death on the cross.  If you'd rather not take part in communion, or don't know if you should, then simply pass it by and don't feel any embarrassment.

Will I have to take part?

No, you can just sit and watch.  Simply come and enjoy being with us, and watching what we do.  

What should I wear?

You will see people wearing everything from jeans and t-shirts to smarter clothes, and maybe a suit.  It's not about what you look like or wear.  Come as you are and as you feel comfortable.

Are children welcome?

Of course!  We have a selection of toys and activities for all ages.  They are very welcome.  We also have baby changing facilities.

Is there disabled access?

Yes we have ramped access to the chapel, and a disabled access toilet.

Sunday services