IRS 501(c)(3) Status obtained
For those of you interested who may be interested, we are pleased to report that the Chapel Association was granted the status of a 501(c)(3) charitable organization this past October 2019.
Next Service: June 28, 2020
Services are held at 10:00 AM. The Chapel is reached by a well-marked footpath from the church docks in Deep Cove at the southwestern end of Bear Island. We also provide a “taxi” service from Cattle Landing on Meredith Neck to the Church docks. For details, please click on the tab “Taxi boat for Sunday Services“. All are welcome.
Yoga Classes will resume June 29, 2020
Gentle Hatha yoga classes held at the Chapel by Linda Hopper on Monday mornings from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. The first session of the 2020 season will be held on June 29th. Everyone is welcome, regardless of experience level. The cost is by donation for the benefit of the Chapel.
St. John’s Woodland Village
The southern side yard of the Chapel property welcomes enterprising youngsters who would like to build miniature log cabins in our St. John’s Woodland Village. The Village is intended to embody the all- embracing spirit of our church family and the bonds we all share in the shadow of this beautiful sanctuary. The Village also commemorates the earliest community of farmers on Bear Island, the very first of whom, Robert Bryant, built his house – a log cabin – c. 1802 on this hill top. By the 1830s, there were more than a half dozen families living year-round on South Bear. Everyone is welcome to join in.