Town of Dagsboro Delaware

Prince George’s Chapel

Friends of Prince George’s Chapel – Dagsboro, Delaware


Built in 1755, Prince George’s Chapel has its beginnings as an Anglican chapel-of-ease, serving the northern outlying area of Worcester Parish, Maryland. During the reorganization of the Episcopal Church following the American Revolution, the chapel became an independent parish church in the diocese of Delaware. Deeded to the State of Delaware in 1967, it was restored and reopened as a museum, administered by the State.

The Chapel’s most striking feature is its graceful barrel-vaulted ceiling of natural, unadorned heart of pine planks. The nave section remains as the original 18th century portion, while the east transept end with its great window and octagonal high pulpit has been reconstructed.

The state of Delaware, the Town of Dagsboro and the Friends of Prince George’s Chapel have a lease agreement; the Friends operate and administer the chapel.
The chapel is available for a fee for special events, such as a wedding and religious services, that are consistent with its historical character. 

Visit the Friends of Prince George’s Chapel Facebook Page for information, tours, events, etc. 

Information & Membership Form

Holding On to a Historic Landmark – Prince George’s Chapel Article

Harvest Day Talk from Sandy Gerken on Prince George’s Chapel

Current Officers for the Friends of Prince George’s Chapel:

 – President

Pastor Mark Phillips – Vice-President

Crystal Hudson – Treasurer

Upcoming Events to Support Prince George’s Chapel:

The Friends of Prince George’s Chapel meetings are now being held at the Chapel on a semi-monthly basis, when notified.   

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Prince George's Chapel

Prince George’s Chapel with the handicapped ramp addition

Chapel Seating   Chapel Ceiling Chapel  Stairwell


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