Celebration of the Centenary of the Chapel

Celebration of the Centenary of the Chapel

Celebration of the Centenary of the Chapel

The Chapel is an important expression of the Anglican foundations and Christian values of Trinity College and Janet Clarke Hall. Designed by the Tasmanian architect Alexander North and built between 1911 and 1917, it was made possible by a gift from John Horsfall in memory of his daughter, Edith Carington. Join us to celebrate the Centenary of the Chapel's consecration.

Date: Saturday 25 November 2017
 
Time: 5pm for a Choral Eucharist service followed by refreshments

Location: Trinity College Chapel. Please enter via Gate C
 
Dress: Business or clerical attire. Academic dress. Stoles for Fellows 
 
RSVP: online here by Friday 17 November 2017
 
Enquiries: Sarah Cooke T: 03 9348 7527 E: events@trinity.unimleb.edu.au 
 
Please note:
There is no reserved seating for the Chapel service.
Guests are invited to bring along any Chapel memorabilia and share their memories during refreshments after the Chapel service.
The event is wheelchair accessible. 
No parking will be available on campus.
Date: 25 Nov 2017
Category: Supporting