St Giles Chapel, HR1 2QF
St. Giles’ Chapel has occupied its present site in St Owen Street, near the corner of Turner Street, since 1927 when it was moved from the ‘dangerous’ corner of Ledbury Road. The chapel services were held originally for the occupants of St Giles’ Almshouses. Now they are attended by some of the residents of Brierley Court and open to everyone. St. Giles’ services are held weekly on a Friday at 2.30pm in St Giles’ Chapel.
A mixture of worship styles, including Holy Communion, with time for fellowship and reflection. St Giles’ Chapel is a delightful gem, on St Owen’s Street, and was built to replace the original Knights Templar chapel on the site.
Evening Worship (2nd Sunday BCP Communion)
A mixture of worship styles, including Holy Communion (BCP), with time for fellowship and reflection.