The Chapel is located on the top floor of the North East Wing (i.e. the postgrad wing) of the Fergusson Building, and is always open. You may wish to use it for quiet prayer and meditation, but it is also a nice place to get away from it all, and a good place to sit and read.
The College Chapel was originally in the basement of the Fergusson Building but in the 1960s the distinguished ecclesiastical architect George Pace created a new Chapel within the roof space of the North East Wing. The College has continued the tradition of commissioning eminent artists to beautify the College: in 2005 it commissioned the acclaimed sculptor Fenwich Lawson to create a sculpture of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Patron Saint of the College.
Groups such as CathSoc, MethSoc, DICCU, DUECC, etc. are welcome to use the Chapel for services or Bible studies; please contact the Chaplain in advance to make reservations.
The Chapel Library is located on the landing outside the Chapel main entrance. Books may be borrowed at any time; just sign them out in the log book on the table. Recently some of the more major volumes in the Chapel Library have been moved to the main College Library, where they have been catalogued.