Pulpit in the Chapel
Welcome to the King’s College Chapel.
Standing at the centre of Kings College Campus, the Chapel serves as a constant reminder of the University’s foundations in 1495. Its architecture recalls the University’s history with Pre-Reformation furnishings to the Aubertin Organ, installed in 2004 through the wonderful generosity of many donors.
The Chapel offers a beautiful and historic setting for concerts, private reflection, prayer and weddings. The Chapels Crown Tower, initially an acknowledgement of James IV’s support for the foundation of the University, remains one of the most adored, historic and beautiful landmarks of the University. Built by around 1520, it was blown down in 1633 and is one of the only two crown towers in Scotland. These pages contain information about its history as well as current events and activities - please take your time to browse through and we hope that you will find something of interest.
Rev. Dr. Easter Smart