Where Every Faith Finds Home

Offering Serene Chapel Rentals and Inclusive Sunday Services, Providing Spiritual Solace for All

A Unique, Unaffiliated Seasonal Sanctuary

Experience the serene and welcoming atmosphere at Little Harbor Chapel, a unique, unaffiliated seasonal sanctuary. As a recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we pride ourselves on our dedication to inclusivity, welcoming individuals of all faiths and orientations.

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Spiritual Home for Visiting Ministers

Our Chapel has become a spiritual home for visiting ministers who lead our Sunday services during the summer months. Additionally, the Chapel is available for private rentals throughout the year, offering a serene and picturesque setting for various events. So, whether you are considering a special event or want to enjoy a peaceful service, Little Harbor Chapel is here to accommodate your needs.

Ready to experience serenity and inclusivity? Contact us to explore chapel rentals and join our Sunday services.

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The Little Harbor Chapel sanctuary seeks to inspire visitors to foster and nurture their spiritual practice through access to the sacred setting of the historic Chapel, its programs, and the unsurpassed serenity of the surrounding woods.



The Chapel was built by lay minister Arthur A. Carey. Carey founded the Chapel as a “Chapel of the New Jerusalem,” where he preached at will. New Church Minister Reverend Frank Sewell led the first Summer Sunday Service in July 1903, a now much-anticipated tradition that brings families back to the Seacoast each summer. By 1910, Little Harbor Chapel was exclusively hosting “undenominational services” and using some non-Swedenborgian ministers.

Arthur A. Carey wrote about the concept of Undenominational Religious Services.