The Rectory Chapel and Parish Hall, Victoria Road, Freshwater, Isle of Wight
PLEASE NOTE THAT SERVICES AT THE CHAPEL ARE CURRENTLY SUSPENDED. IT IS HOPED THERE WILL BE A RETURN TO A MIDWEEK SERVICE VERY SOON.
A midweek service of Holy Communion is held every Wednesday morning at 10am in the cosy Rectory Chapel using the 1662 Prayer Book Service. All are welcome to enjoy a time of peace and spirituality.
Behind the Rectory Chapel is the Parish Hall which is available for hire and is used for art exhibitions, dog and puppy training classes and meetings of local community groups.
Originally a Tithe Barn, probably constructed prior to the 17th century, with random local stone and with a thatched roof and with internal curved beams and roof support structure visible. The Rector Chapel, adjoining, probably originally constructed in the 17th century, but was later rebuilt with a new altar area, probably in the late 1800’s to the turn of the century, using random stone and dressed stone corner quoins.