Historic Chapel on Lake George

Please join us for interdenominational worship at 10 AM on Sundays throughout the Summer season.


SUMMER 2020 UPDATES

We are strictly following NY State COVID-19 guidelines for distancing, group size, and cleaning.  For NY Forward purposes and re-opening information, we are in the Capital Region. We will update our information here as it evolves.

We will begin Sunday morning services on July 5 at 10 am. As per current COVID-19 regulations, we will hold services outside, with masks and social distancing required.

**Please wear masks and bring your own lawn/beach chair(s), and shade umbrella if you wish one.**


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Grace Memorial Chapel on Lake George was organized as a non-denominational Christian place of worship on August 11, 1884.  In 1984, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places because of its age, its beauty, and the fact that it represented an early work of William B. Tuthill, the designer of the Carnegie Hall, and was an early example of pre-cut framing.

Grace Memorial Chapel was awarded the AARCH Award in 2008 for the stained glass restoration project.
*We are proud to be hosting the Adirondack Architectural Heritage’s annual meeting on September 19th, 2020*


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We’re located at 99 Sabbath Day Point Road Silver Bay, NY 12874

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GIFTS TO THE CHAPEL

Support for the maintenance and preservation of the Chapel is derived primarily from the generosity of worshippers and friends, like you.
You are invited to participate in this support. Memorials in memory of loved ones are encouraged.

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