St Salvator's Chapel

Local nameSt Salvator's Chapel
LocationSt Andrews, UK

St Salvator's Chapel is one of two collegiate chapels belonging to the University of St Andrews, the other being St Leonard's Chapel. It was founded in 1450, by Bishop James Kennedy, built in the Late Gothic architectural style, and refurbished in the 1680s, 1860s and throughout the 20th century. It is currently the chapel of the United college as well as being the major university chapel.

Students and members of the public regularly attend its numerous services, including morning prayers, weekly Evensong and, most popularly, Sunday services. The Sunday services are followed by the famous pier walk, in which students walk to the pier and back in academic procession. Other services are held occasionally to mark graduations and other such occasions, and the chapel also hosts wedding ceremonies for many of the university's alumni. The Chapel has its own choir, The St Salvator's Chapel Choir, which sings at most services.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Salvator's_Chapel

Official Website https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/about/history/st-salvators/

Address 77 North Street, Saint Andrews KY16 9AD, United Kingdom

Coordinates 56°20'28.862" N -2°47'39.641" E

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