Capel y Boro Dates for the Diary:
Sunday 6 November at 11am: St Paul, his life and his mission
Join us for Peter’s message on why Paul believed Jesus’s death and resurrection are cornerstones of the Christian faith
Sunday 13 November at 11am: Remembrance Day Service
in Chapel and on Zoom followed by lunch (For those coming to Chapel please could you let me know for catering purposes?)
Westminster Remembrance Day Gymanfa Ganu, 6pm
at the Welsh Church of Central London, Eastcastle Street W1W 8DJ
Friday 18 November at 7.30pm: An Evening with artist Eleri Mills
In association with the Montgomeryshire Society
Free admission, donations welcomed, just turn up at the door, the event will be followed by refreshments
Eleri Mills lives and works in rural Mid Wales, where she was born and brought up. She has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad and her work is in national collections including the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh and the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth.
She is an elected member of the Royal Cambrian Academy and her work has been represented by the Thackeray Gallery, London since 2000.
Sunday 20 November at 11am: Zoom Service with Parch Rob Nicholls
Sunday 27 November at 11am: Zoom Service
Sunday 4 December at 11am: Advent Communion Service on Zoom with Parch Peter Dewi Richards
Sunday 11 December at 11am: Capel y Boro’s Christmas Service
in Chapel and on Zoom followed by lunch
The Borough’s well-loved Christmas service of carols, readings, prayers and musical items including Côr y Boro
There will be no services on 18, 25 Dec or 1 Jan
Sunday 8 January 2023 late afternoon (time tbc): Plygain Service
in Chapel and on Zoom with Côr y Boro followed by refreshments
John Jones directs this beautiful candlelight service of Welsh carols for the new year
Services for 2023 include:
Sunday 26 February at 3pm: Capel y Boro 150th Anniversary Service / St David’s Festival Union Service ECYL
in Chapel and on Zoom with Côr y Boro with refreshments
If people would like to join us, please email email@example.com
The Borough Welsh Chapel in Southwark extends a warm Welsh welcome to everyone, offering both worship and hall hire.
The Welsh Chapel holds a bi-lingual service from 11am most 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays of the month (for details of services, please see “Service Times”). Members and friends have a strong commitment to the local and global community – and regularly raise money for a wide range of different charities.
The Borough Welsh Chapel itself is a Grade II Listed Building located in the heart of London, a short walk from Borough Tube Station. This beautiful building, dating back to 1872, has recently refurbished its hall, and this available to hire.
Whether you are looking to host an celebrate a special occasion, host a professional meeting, or run a community event, the Borough Welsh Chapel is an ideal location for all budgets.
If you would like to learn more or discuss your requirements please contact us.
Download the Borough Welsh Chapel Newsletter – September 2019