Zoom to Capel y Boro on Sunday 25 April at 11am
Join us on Zoom at Capel y Boro this Sunday 25 April at 11am when we welcome back Parchg Geraint Tudur with a message on Between Easter and Pentecost, looking at the roller-coaster of emotions the disciples must have experienced, and how Jesus had told them to stay in the city, but for what reason?
Plus, Part One of our Romantics and Revolutionaries Road Trip to Wales. in which John Jones’s talk will be on the artist Samuel Palmer. Our guest Rachel Campbell-Johnston, the art critic of The Times, will read the passage on Palmer’s trip to Wales from her acclaimed biography Mysterious Wisdom: The life and work of Samuel Palmer. And we will also have readings of Palmer’s mentor William Blake and excerpts from George Borrow’s Wild Wales. Don’t miss it!
If people would like to join us, please email email@example.com for the Zoom link.
CORONAVIRUS – In line with government guidelines The Trustees of The Borough Chapel will continue the suspension of the use of The Chapel and lower hall.
If there are any queries, please contact The Property Manager 07594199195
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