The Royal Military Chapel, St. James Park, known as the Guards Chapel, is the religious home of the Household Division at Wellington Barracks. Built in 1838, the chapel was bombed during the Blitz in 1940/1941 and again in 1944. The chapel was rebuilt in a modern style in the 1960s. Services are normally at 11:00 hours and 12:00 hour on Sundays. Members of the public are welcome. Tel: 020-7414-3228.
The concerts are usually on the last Tuesday of the month. Entrance is free, with a retiring collection for Army charities.Nearest Tube: St James's Park.
The information on this site has been compiled from various sources accessible on the internet: acknowledgements are due to MOD Website, Army website, HIVE website, & Wikipedia.
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