open chapel

open chapel

A chapel, one side of which faces the open air.
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The event is on Saturday, May 28, at 4pm and there is an open invitation to all friends both past and present to support Horeb chapel, the Last Open Chapel in Nantymoel.
Spears, an architect and landscape architect, provides b&w photos of 16th-century rural churches and monasteries, or conventos, of central and southern Mexico as they exist today, including some early rural visitas, smaller churches or open chapels. They are organized by geographic area: Hidalgo, the state of Mexico and Mexico City, Morelos, Puebla and Tlaxcala, MichoacAaAaAeA n, Oaxaca, Chiapas, and Yucatan.
We cannot control the fate of chapels after they have been sold, but many open chapels already offer their facilities to the community and need not be closed to be used as a community centre.