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All Chapel Profiles
Hello & Welcome! We are the Chapel Management Committee. If you need anything please ask. Hope to see you soon at the Chapel! Neil, Graham, Caroline, Harriet, Sally, Alex xxx chapel_ashvale@live.co.uk
 

Hello!  We're the Sandersons and we LOVE the chapel.  Neil helped set it up in the first year and Alex and little Lucy are now regulars at Chapel Cafe on Friday mornings.  We help Harriet with the website too, so if you have any questions, complaints, ideas or suggestions please do get in touch!  See you soon at the CHAPEL!

 

 

Holly Lodge is one of our local schools, whom we work with. 

In 2009 we are pleased to be able to offer the CHAPEL as a place for new starters to get to know eachother before term starts.  The next event is on 27th August.  Details on our Calendar page.

 

Hi and thanks for visiting the Chapel site. we are Neil and Helen part of the team at the chapel.you will find one of us at the film nights, tuesday night worship or drinking strong coffee at the friday cafe.

Paul Piers

Chapel Team Volunteer

Hey, I'm Paul and part of the team here at the Chapel. You'll find me breakdancing in the small hall, playing my guitar or helping out on Friday nights at the Youth Group!

Lauren McCombie Smith

Chapel Volunteer

Hi, I'm Lauren and I run a project called Chapel Tours. Come and explore the magical world of art by taking art tours with Chapel Tours.  Based in Ash Vale and in association with St Mary's Church, Chapel Tours aims to provide quality and engaging art tours to London galleries and to some of the great artistic cities of Europe. If you would like to know more contact me at info.chapeltours@gmail.com

 

Harriet Leefe

Youth and Children's Worker

Hi, I'm Harriet and I'm the Youth and Children's Worker at St Mary's Church.  You'll find me at the Chapel most days! I'm usually at the Wednesday Chapel Toddlers group and Chapel cafe on Fridays (the cake is always amazing)!

 

Lucky Moyo

Guest Artist

Lucky Moyo is an inspirational Zimbabwean singer who visited the Chapel and led a workshop of African song in July 2009. It was a very popular event, with singers from nearby community choirs attending along with members of the local community.  It was a fun and inspiring workshop, we even learned a few 'dance moves' to go with the songs! 

Jim Friedrich is a minister and film maker from California with many years of experience in the field of film & film making. He visited us in May 2009 and ran a free film workshop entitled "Film in worship - how it works", which we all found very inspiring.  Jim is also a teacher of shape note singing. This music is a harmony singing tradition from the USA, which he introduced to us at another workshop during his ...

Andrew Morrison

Artist In Residence July 2009

Andrew was our guest artist in residence for a week in July 2009 and ran a print making open studio. Here is a little more information on his workshops...

The workshops are part of the Creative Communities project, a programme of community based art projects led by professional artists and shaped by the ambitions of each community.  The project matches communities with an artist in residence who uses a variety of creative techniques such as print making, photography and sound art to encourage ...

 

The Passe Muraille and Farnham Maltings

Visiting Theatre Company

farnham maltings 

(Presenting "You Fancy Yourself" at the CHAPEL 16th Sept 2009)

The Maltings is a collection of buildings set in the heart of Farnham that provides a place where people can imagine, create and discover. They aspire to provide the tools, encouragement and opportunities for all types and ages of artists to develop their own work.  Find out more on their website...