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In line with government and Church of England guidance regarding COVID-19, the Chapel is now closed in the interests of public safety, in company with other churches in London. No services will be held in the coming weeks.

We are separated physically but not in spirit. Prayers continue from the Chapel community for all locally; those in the Inn and those working in the justice service, NHS or in other essential services at this time.

The Preacher is always happy to provide a listening ear and pastoral support to members.  She can be contacted via Sheila.Watson@lincolnsinn.org.uk.

Note from the Preacher

Please be assured that in or out of Chapel you are all in our prayers. These are unprecedented times. The Christian message of hope amidst adversity; the belief that ultimately love and God can lead us through our fears and anxieties; the message of love thy neighbour are all more important than ever.

Please do contact me as above if I can help in any way. Meanwhile, do keep yourself safe and take all the necessary hygiene and other precautions to protect those who are vulnerable in our society and assist those working in the NHS.

A candlelit service in Lincoln's Inn Chapel

Services & Events

Our full programme of Chapel services, events and concerts can be found in the Chapel Calendar.
The organ in Lincoln's Inn Chapel

Music in Chapel

Music plays a vital part in our services and termly programme of events.
A wedding couple standing underneath wisteria

Weddings in Chapel

Those with a connection to the Chapel are welcome to be married here.

Baptisms in Chapel

You are welcome to arrange a Baptism in Chapel if you have a connection with us or the Inn

Our historic Chapel was consecrated on Ascension Day in 1623 by the Bishop of London. More detailed information on the history of the Chapel is available under The History of the Inn.