Church of England Diocese of Salisbury

About Us

St Apolline’s Chapel is a small chapel (seating 14) within St Saviours Parish.

A simple Common Worship Eucharist is held every Thursday at 10:00am, and whether visiting or resident you would always receive a warm welcome.

St Apolline's Chapel was the first designated ancient historic monument on Guernsey. 

Dating from 1392, the small chapel was built by Nicholas Henry near his manor of La Perelle and dedicated to St Apolline (the patron saint of dentists).

Originally the chapel was painted and a substantial portion of the 14th century work, depicting the Last Supper, has survived on the south wall.

It was restored in 1972 - 78 and is now open to the public every day. 

St Apolline's in a good place to visit, but also a place to stop and pray