St. George’s Interdenominational Chapel

Place of worship in/near Heathrow, existing between 1968 and now

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St George’s Interdenominational Chapel is a place of worship situated in Heathrow Airport.

The Chapel of St George was dedicated on 11 October 1968 as an Ecumenical Christian Chapel in the heart of London Heathrow Airport. The site, in the geographical centre of the airport at the time, was provided by the then British Airports Authority (BAA), and funded largely by the three main Christian traditions - the Church of England (Anglican), Roman Catholic, and Free Churches.

The challenge for the architect, Jack Forrest, of Frederick Gibberd and Partners, was to produce an Ecumenical Chapel which would accommodate the Christian traditions, while also creating, in the middle of an airport, a haven of peace and quiet. The design which is seen now is that of a ’vaulted crypt’, recreating the atmosphere and style of a crypt in the early Christian church. Its underground setting guarantees a unique atmosphere of peace and prayer.

On 1 May 1979 it was licensed for solemnising marriages according to the terms of the Marriage Act 1949.

Regular services are held in the Chapel, which functions as a community church. Additionally other sacraments and services are held during the year by request and everyone is welcome to attend any of the public services.

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