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/ˈCHapəl/,
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chapels, plural;
  1. A small building for Christian worship, typically one attached to an institution or private house

  2. Regular services held in such a building
    • - attendance at chapel was compulsory
  3. A part of a large church or cathedral with its own altar and dedication

  4. A room or building in which funeral services are held

  5. A place of worship for certain Protestant denominations

  6. The members or branch of a labor union at a particular place of work


  1. a place of worship that has its own altar
  2. A chapel is a building used by Christians, members of other religions, and sometimes interfaith communities, as a place of fellowship and worship. ...
  3. Chapel (real name Bruce Stinson) is a fictional comic book character in the Image Comics universe. He started out as a supervillain but later became a superhero. ...
  4. Chapel is a new parallel programming language being developed by Cray. It is being developed as part of the Cray Cascade project, a participant in DARPA's High Productivity Computing Systems (HPCS) program, which has the goal of increasing supercomputer productivity by the year 2010. ...
  5. The Chapel is a large non-denominational church with campuses in Akron and Green, Ohio. Founded in 1934, The Chapel is notable for its size and its location near downtown Akron and adjacent to the University of Akron. ...
  6. A place of worship, smaller than, or subordinate to a church; A place of worship in a civil institution such as an airport, prison etc; A funeral home, or a room in one for holding funeral services; A trade union branch in UK printing or journalism; Describing a person who attends a ...
  7. (Chapelling) A Ship is said to build a Chapel, when by neglect in light winds she turns round so as to bring the Wind on the same part which it was before she moved.
  8. (CHAPELLING) Wearing a ship round, when taken aback, without bracing the head yards. (See page 80.)
  9. A large room of the funeral home in which the farewell service is held.
  10. (Gr. Parekklisi[on]; Sl. Chasovnya). A side altar attached to a larger church or a small building or room built exclusively or arranged for the worship of God. A chapel can belong either to an individual, an institution, or can be part of a parish church.
  11. To dream of a chapel, denotes dissension in social circles and unsettled business. To be in a chapel, denotes disappointment and change of business. For young people to dream of entering a chapel, implies false loves and enemies. Unlucky unions may entangle them.
  12. The room or hall in a Church meetinghouse used for worship services.
  13. a place of worship lacking a parish congregation [although chapels may have a permanent clergyman]; chapels may be large or small, private or institutional. A term for a place of Episcopal worship associated with a college, university, or seminary. ...
  14. A small room opening off the choir or the aisles.
  15. A chapel can either be an alcove with an altar in a large church, or a separate building that is smaller than a full-sized church. Chapels have the same function as church buildings and are equipped the same way, but they are usually dedicated to special use. ...
  16. 1) a part of a church with a separate altar, which may be dedicated differently to the church as a whole; 2) a self contained building dedicated to worship, the saying of prayers or the celebration of masses for the dead, but which does not serve the functions of a parish church; 3) a church ...
  17. Slightly shorter than the Cathedral, extending about three feet behind you; offers both drama and functionality.
  18. Chapel is a 2-semester requirement for an entering freshman and for a student who transfers to Baylor from another institution and who is classified by Baylor at the time of transfer as either a freshman or sophomore. ...
  19. A satellite of the parish church where parishioners who live close by may participate in most services. ...
  20. A place of Roman Catholic worship in a cemetery (that is, apart from a parish church) where Committal Rites can take place for daily burials and where regular Memorial Masses are held. Masses for the Lord’s Day are not celebrated here. ...
  21. a small extension from the northern or the southern facade, which has an additional altar but no columns.
  22. A building or room used to provide memorial services. Lakewood’s chapel is a one-of-a-kind building on the National Register of Historic Places.
  23. The small worship space on the lower level of the All Souls building. There is also a chapel to the right of the main altar in the sanctuary.
  24. A ‘cathedral of Nonconformism’, the chapel celebrates the religious heritage of the College with a pageant of great Christian leaders in its stained-glass windows and statues. ...
  25. A meeting of compositors is called a chapel, and the members of the chapel form a companionship (shortened to 'ship) pledged to watch over the interests of the London Society of Compositors (L.S.C.) and its members in the chapel.