Basically all services utilize the chancel area of the chapel to perform their worship services. When
there is a succession of services within the day, the following variation of the altar arrangement will
Remove all items from the altar and store them in the appropriate place (example: altar
frontal, fair linen, and two candlestick assemblies, except if there is a service following that
can utilize the items).
A checklist on preparing the chapel in a neutral setting is provided on the next page for your use.
This concludes lesson four. In this lesson we discussed temporary and permanent chapels, and the
four areas of the chapel, (narthex, nave, chancel, and sacristy). We also covered the ways chapels are
used, and the actions you must take to neutralize the chapel worship area. After reviewing all the
material in this lesson, you should complete the practice exercise for lesson four. Answer and
feedback for the questions in the practice exercise will be provided to show you where further study is