St. John's Chapel

St. John's Chapel may refer to:

in England
  • St John's Chapel, London
  • St John's Chapel, Bedford Row - another London church
  • St John's Chapel, County Durham - a village in County Durham
  • St John's College Chapel, Cambridge
in the United States
  • St. John's Chapel (New York City), a demolished nineteenth-century Episcopal church
  • St. John Chapel (Columbus, Georgia), listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Georgia
  • St. John's Chapel of St. Michael's Parish, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Maryland
  • Episcopal Church of the Advent / St. John's Chapel, an Episcopal church in Cape May, New Jersey

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