On the other hand, there was Tyke, a man entirely given to his clerical office, who was simply curate at a chapel of ease in St.
Tyke, a zealous able man, who, officiating at a chapel of ease, had not a cure of souls too extensive to leave him ample time for the new duty.
No more tempting approach could be imagined for the luke-warm Christian, and if he still finds the walk too long, the devil is defeated all the same, Science having built Holy Trinity, a Chapel of Ease
, near the Charles', and roofed it with tin.
It was built as a Chapel of Ease
to the main parish church in Huddersfield as the population grew due to the Industrial Revolution.
When you rest your hand on the Chapel of Ease
and feel its sharpness,
Located distantly from Aston Parish Church, it had its own chapel of ease
, so called because it was easier for its parishioners to reach.
It is one of the oldest buildings alongside the Norman chapel (originally the Chapel of Ease
) which was used for various services before the present church was completed in 1872.
The small barn-like church operated as a chapel of ease
in the parish of Aysgarth from about 1600AD and still retains features from earlier days.
St James's Church, which stands in the heart of the quiet village, was built in 1858 as a Chapel of Ease
to the parish of Bywell St Andrews, to enable parishioners to attend services more easily.
It will signpost visitors to a number of hidden gems such as St Rychwyn's Church, Llanrhychwyn - supposedly the oldest surviving church in Wales and known as Llywelyn the Great's old church - and St Mary's, Trefriw built about 1230 by Llywelyn as a chapel of ease
for his wife Joan.
Bishop of Raphoe, Dr Philip Boyce, had told parishioners in the Laghey Bar area of Donegal that they could celebrate mass "occasionally" at the Chapel Of Ease
The guest of honour was the Rev Mick Vincent, vicar of St Paul's Parish Church in Stockingford - which was referred to by George Eliot as the Chapel of Ease
at Paddiford Common, in her novel Scenes from Clerical Life.