Welcome to Pequot Chapel
A non-sectarian chapel where all are welcome
Also available for weddings, baptisms & memorials May through October
857 Montauk Ave, New London, Connecticut
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This charming Victorian-era chapel is non-sectarian and welcomes all who wish to attend Sunday services and other special events during the summer. It's also a storybook setting for weddings from May through October.
2020 Lessons & Carols Service Below
Although we couldn't welcome guests to the Chapel this year for our annual Lessons & Carols event, we invite you to come inside virtually to view and hear a recorded service filled with beautiful holiday music and readings. The tradition continues and the Christimas Spirit is alive at Pequot. Many thanks to Trustee Debbie Butler for organizing the event and decorating the chapel, to Presiding Officer Andrew Walker for filming and editing the video, and to all of the performers and readers, credited at the end of the video.
We wish you all a wonderful holiday season of health and happiness.
Upcoming Events & Services
Celebrating faith and fellowship for nearly 150 years, Pequot Chapel is non-sectarian where all are welcome for all services and special events. Please come as you are. Click here for the complete schedule of services and special events
Virtual Lessons & Carols (YouTube)
Given the severity and uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pequot Trustees cancelled all 2020 Sunday services in the interest of safety to our clergy, musicians, and visitors.
If anyone wishes to donate money they would have placed in a plate collection during a Sunday service we would greatly appreciate your support to offset the chapel's fixed costs. The Chapel is operated entirely by volunteer Trustees and funded solely through community contributions. You can mail a check to 36 Jerome Road, New London, CT 06320, or use the Paypal link on our Donate page.
We wish you all health and peace in this difficult time.
Pequot Chapel's Louis Comfort Tiffany Windows, donated in 1895. Mr. Tiffany was a regular summer visitor to the chapel.