Zoom to Capel y Boro on Sunday 19 September at 11am

We are looking forward to seeing you at Capel y Boro for our service this Sunday 19 September at 11am – if you would like to join us in person in Chapel for our first indoor service since the pandemic you are very welcome and to join us for lunch afterward. If you could let us know if you would like to join us for catering purposes that would be lovely.

And, of course, we will also be with you on Zoom live at 11am at this link:

We will raise the roof with well-loved hymns Wele’n sefyll rhwng y myrtwydd (Cwm Rhondda), Love Divine (Blaenwern) and Calon Lân together with the beautiful settings A fynno ddewrder gwir and Yn dy waith y mae fy mywyd. Parch Peter Dewi Richards’s message will be on the theme of the clothes of Christ and we have two Bible readings to accompany it on the importance of garments in faith – Salm 104:1-9 and Colossians Chapter 3: 1-17. John Jones’s talk will be on the twentieth-century organist and composer Sir William Harris. And our music will also include the song Hafan Gobaith composed by Delyth Rees especially for the Hope House appeal for children’s hospices in 2003 and made famous in a recording by Sir Bryn Terfel. Don’t miss it!

If people would like to join us for any of these services, please email pressnevans@gmail.com for the Zoom link. 

You can also download our full illustrated guides to each of our Online Services, with texts, links and translations for all hymns, music and readings here.

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
Welcome to The Borough Welsh Chapel / Capel-y-Boro’s new official website. We have had to move from our old website, which is now being run by an unofficial third party, so for all our latest news and information about upcoming services its important you visit us here. 
For all enquiries about The Borough Welsh Chapel’s hall hire, you can contact us directly.
– The Trustees –

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

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