Potter's Chapel, replaced

As I mentioned last time, Jonathan and I visited Murray Grove during our honeymoon on the Jersey Shore.

Michael Masters, Murray Grove’s Assistant Director, kindly gave us the tour, including the chapel. This is the Methodist-built chapel that replaced Potter’s original building. (It is not part of the Murray Grove property, but there’s some kind of cooperative understanding that includes access.)

The chapel has been recently renovated — and is quite a little gem of countryside religious architecture.

Chapel, exterior shot
Pump organ in chapel
Preaching desk and "elder's" chairs

3 Replies to “Potter's Chapel, replaced”

  1. In terms of architecture, I absolutely love the look of the chapel. It is very simple and dignified. It also manages to look church-y (in a good way), while also looking a bit like a home.

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