chapel of ease

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chapel of ease

A church built within the bounds of a parish for the attendance of those who cannot reach the parish church conveniently.
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Peter's of Vere Street in London, for example, near Oxford Street, was once a chapel-of-ease for the parish of All Souls, Langham Place.
Taken along when you travel, its entries become destinations in themselves, or that equally welcome boon to the traveler: a chapel-of-ease for a little prayer, reflection and thanks.
It opened in 1824 and at first was not a fully-flegded church but a Chapel-of-Ease, part of the centuries old Aston parish.
In 1651 Mr Woodhead and others got their wish when a chapel-of-ease was erected in Meltham.