Chapel at St. Paul’s School is where we begin our day as a community. It is a welcoming gathering place for prayer, reflection, music, and celebration. Informed and inspired by the inclusive Episcopal tradition, chapel life at SPS honors humanistic principles and all faiths. Through homilies, speeches, presentations, liturgical space, services, and silence, Chapel provides a platform for shared experiences that invite and challenge us to “learn those things on earth the knowledge of which continues in heaven” (St. Paul’s School motto).


List of 7 items.

  • Acolytes

    Acolytes are students who lead the processions at St. Paul’s School services, carrying banners, torches, and crosses with dignity and reverence. Chapel acolytes are students from many faiths and backgrounds.
  • Chapel Council

    The Chapel Prefects are students from across all forms, faiths, and backgrounds who help to craft, vision, and execute the numerous services and presentations that occur on a regular basis in Chapel. They provide input from the wider student body and frequently meet to how to support the School’s pastoral programming.
  • Choirs

    The Choirs at St. Paul’s are renowned for their musical aesthetic, excellence, and welcome. Learn more»
  • Lectors Guild

    The Lectors Guild is an audition-based reading group that leads the community in the chosen poetry, prose, or scripture for the day. Lectors also read at special services, such as the term Evensongs and the annual celebration of Lessons and Carols.
  • Talks and Presentations

    All community members and groups are welcome to give a talk or presentation in the Chapel or to invite an external speaker. Please e-mail Rev. Lewis to reserve a space and discuss your ideas.
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  • Videographers

    The videographers record chapel audio and video, as well as project film into the antechapel and choir room spaces when our audience exceeds our seating capacity.
  • Wardens

    The Chapel Wardens are Sixth Formers overseen by the School Verger who welcome the community and guests to the Chapel at both our regular daily Chapel services and public offerings.


List of 5 members.

  • Photo of Jeffrey Lewis

    The Rev. Jeffrey "Jeff" Lewis 

    Dean of Chapel / Humanities Teacher
    (603) 229-4759
  • Photo of TJ Dumansky

    Dr. TJ Dumansky 

    Chaplain / Humanities Teacher
    (603) 229-4609
  • Photo of Nicholas White

    Nicholas White 

    Director of Chapel Music and Organist
    (603) 229-4645
  • Photo of Mary Dolch

    Mrs. Mary Dolch 

    Associate Director of Chapel Music
  • Photo of Mary Barwell

    Mrs. Mary Barwell 

    Chapel Administrator
    (603) 229-5547