WE ARE BACK!
Thursday lunchtime services have now resumed.
True we cannot sing any hymns but we can pray together and enjoying seeing each other.
The Chapel is open from midday (assuming I’m not stuck in a traffic jam), and the service begin at 12.35hrs.
LONDON OPEN HOUSE WEEKEND – A VIRTUAL SUCCESS
The Open House Weekend may have been and gone for this year, but you can still take the virtual tour using one of these links
To view the Chapel’s video slideshow go to
(If you need longer to look at a particular slide please use the pause video control at the bottom of the screen.)
To view the wonderful 360deg video of the Chapel interior created for us by the Redbridge Heritage Centre, use this link. https://kuula.co/post/7H0v7/collection/7PhZd .
Friends of the Ilford Hospital Chapel – Annual General Meeting.
The Annual General Meeting of the Friends is taking place on Thursday 26th August 2021 at 2.00pm –
Under normal circumstances
The Hospital Chapel has a series of OPEN DAYS each year – please see the programme listed on the website or check with the Chapel Office to find out the dates. The hours are usually 10 am to 2.00 pm. Admission is free. Guided tours are available and stalls offer memorabilia and other items. Refreshments are also available.
On the third Saturday in November, we usually have a Chapel Bazaar – for more details see Friends.
We have arranged many private tours for different schools, societies and groups over the past years. The groups vary in size but are usually about 15-20 people. It is not really possible to deal with this number during Open Days and, in any case, the organisers prefer to have a private time when their people can ask questions etc. We do not charge for this but usually provide refreshments and most groups kindly give us a donation to cover costs etc. If you are a member of a group who would be interested to take advantage of this arrangement, please telephone the Chapel Office and we will be pleased to discuss possibilities with you.
Please also see Chapel Services
The main entrance to the Chapel is through a gated wall on Ilford Hill; both the courtyard and the Chapel itself are wheelchair accessible. We also have an entrance door at the back of the Chapel – accessible via Read’s Close – again suitable for wheelchairs, frames, buggies etc.
Events in 2021
During the COVID-19 Virus Pandemic all events are subject to CANCELLATION at short notice.