Special service to mark key date in Chapel’s history

A special service has been held at Rosslyn Chapel to commemorate a significant event in the Chapel’s history.

Rosslyn Chapel was founded in 1446 but, following the Reformation, services stopped being held in 1592 and did not begin again until the Chapel was re-dedicated as a place of worship on 22 April 1862 by the then Bishop of Edinburgh. Services have been held at Rosslyn since then and continue today, as part of the Scottish Episcopal Church.

This important date in the story of the Chapel was marked with a special evening service, led by the Bishop of Edinburgh, the Rt Rev Dr John Armes, and the Rev Dr Joe Roulston, Priest-in-Charge of the Chapel.

5 April 2014|Categories: Community|
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