We recognize that visiting a church for the first time can be a bit daunting, but we hope that you feel warmly welcomed and comfortable at King’s Chapel.
As you enter the church, an usher will greet you and give you an Order of Service to guide you throughout worship. Then, the usher will lead you to a pew. Our box pews are pretty unique and can be confusing. Do not hesitate to ask for assistance in opening or closing your pew door. We also offer hearing assist devices. Just ask an usher for a device.
All of our services feature scripture readings, preaching, times of prayer, and music. At times, you will be invited to stand, sing, pray, be in silence, or read responsively. Our Orders of Service will help guide you through the service. Do what is most comfortable for you. We celebrate Holy Communion the first Sunday of the month and every Wednesday evening. We hold a diversity of beliefs regarding the meaning of Holy Communion, but one thing is certain: we welcome all to participate. As you are comfortable, join us for Holy Communion. At all of our services we offer both wine and nonalcoholic grape juice, wheat bread/wafers and gluten-free wafers.
Following each of our services, you are invited to join us at Hospitality Hour—a time of community and refreshment. During this time you are invited to have a cup of coffee, enjoy a snack, and meet new people. This is also the time to learn more about King's Chapel. Following our services, a volunteer is available to greet you at the communion rail to give you an informal tour of our space and history of the community.
Remember: We were each first time visitors at one point. We hope you find a welcome at King’s Chapel!
King’s Chapel is located at the intersection of School and Tremont Streets in the heart of Downtown Boston. Our street address is 58 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02108. We are mostly easily accessible via public transportation. The church is an approximately 5 minute walk from the Park Street MBTA station on the Boston Common and Government Center. Both the Green Line and Red Line trains stop at Park Street. The Green Line and Blue Line stop at Government Center.