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is the most sacred part of a religious building (the area around the altar).
The chancel is the most sacred part of a religious building. It is the area of the chapel
around the altar. The chancel, also called the altar-area, is usually separated from the
rest of the chapel sanctuary by an altar rail. (Page 50, 2nd bullet)
place the items in the sacristy.
The sacristy is a room in a chapel where sacred vessels and vestments are kept and
where the clergy vests.
(Page 50, 3rd bullet)
remove all items from the altar.
A neutral setting is required when there is no service scheduled to follow the last service
of the day. The chapel then becomes a place where people of any faith can come to
meditate or pray silently. One of your actions to neutralize the worship area is to remove
all items from the altar. (Page 51, 1st bullet)
can leave chapel worship service schedules in the pews.
When you prepare the chapel for a neutral setting you remove distinct faith group
literature, publications, and bulletins from pews. However, chapel worship service
schedules can remain in the pews. (Page 53, 2nd bullet)