St. Raphael's Chapel situated in the beautiful hamlet of Huccaby on Dartmoor, is a place of peace and tranquility. Built in 1868 as a combined chapel and schoolroom, it has the distinction of being the only Anglican chapel in the country to be dedicated to the Archangel St. Raphael. His name means 'God's Healing' or 'God has healed' and he was one of the archangels who stood before the throne. He is also known as the patron saint of travellers.
Services of Holy Communion are held every 3rd Sunday at 9am.
A huge thank you to everyone who braved the dreadful weather to come to the Carol Service. There were at least 76 people in the congregation - the greatest number of people who have been to a service since the start of the current service register in 1989. We hope you enjoyed the service and will come back next year!
Please note that there will not be a service in January 2017. Next service will be on Sunday 19th February.
The Chapel is also available for weddings - please check with the Churchwarden or Church of England website for eligibility criteria; baptisms and funerals. Details are on our Links Page.
To see a wonderful timelapse video of the snowdrops at St. Raphael's, click on the link below:
St. Raphel's Chapel