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  • King's Chapel is "an independent Christian unitarian congregation affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Association" that is "unitarian Christian in theology, Anglican in worship, and congregational in governance.
  • Bethel Church, also called Bethel Interdenominational Church, is a Christian religious organization based in Mansfield Woodhouse, England, founded by John Hibbert and Jean Spademan. It has a sister church, King's Chapel, in Norwich, Connecticut.
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Kings Chapel, Cambridge
Kings Chapel, Cambridge
Only when you stand and stare upwards for a while do you see the amount of work and finer detail that has gone into this amazing building A bit of history; The foundation stone of the Chapel was laid on the feast of St James, 25 July 1446, by the King Henry VI it was the first step in his plan for a great court, of which the Chapel was to form the north side. After 15 years of building, the foundations of the Chapel had been laid and the walls rose irregularly from east to west. In 1455 the Wars of the Roses broke out when Edward Duke of York challenged Henry's right to the throne. Then, in 1461, Henry was taken prisoner. On hearing the news the workmen packed up and went home; a half-cut stone, it is said, lay where they left it and was eventually used as a foundation stone for the neighbouring Gibb's building in 1724 The new king, Edward IV, passed on to the College a little of the money that Henry had intended for his Chapel, but very little building was done in the 22 years between Henry's imprisonment and the death of Edward IV in 1483. After 15 years of building, the foundations of the Chapel had been laid and the walls rose irregularly from east to west. Work began again through the generosity of Richard III, who was later to be popularly depicted as a sinister hunchback. Richard gave instructions that 'the building should go on with all possible despatch' and to 'press workmen and all possible hands, provide materials and imprison anyone who opposed or delayed'. By the end of his reign the first six bays of the Chapel had reached full height and the first five bays, roofed with oak and lead, were in use. It was left to the Tudor kings, Henry VII and Henry VIII, to achieve the final, spectacular completion to the Chapel. By 1512 the shell was finished and roofed throughout its length in timber and lead. Henry VII's executors gave a further ?5000 to pay for vaulting the Chapel, and by 1515 the main structure was complete. This work, and most of the glazing of the windows, was done during the reign of his son, Henry VIII, who was responsible for the screen and much of the Chapel woodwork. When Henry VIII died in 1547, just over a hundred years after the laying of the foundation stone, King's College Chapel was recognised as one of Europe's finest, late medieval buildings. It was in truth 'a work of kings'. and now you can see why it is called 'Kings Chapel'
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