The Walking Together Chapel is located in the south-east corner of the sancutary. The following services take place here:
Sunday - 8am Prayer Book Eucharist
Wednesday - 8am Eucharist
Thursday - 12:30pm Meditative Eucharist
The window above the alter in the chapel portrays the post-resurrection at Emmaus, found in Luke 24:13-25, where Jesus was made known in "the breaking of bread."
This window in the chapel shows several scenes where Jesus healed people. The top left shows him healing a leaper (Matthew 8:1-4). The top right shows him healing a blind man with a mixture of dust and spit (John 9:1-12). The bottom left shows him healing a parapallegic (Luke 5:18-25). The bottom left shows him healing a woman whose back was profoundly curved (Luke 13:10-17).
This beautiful etched glass window of Christ Crucified was created, designed, and installed by renowned glass artist Lutz Haufschild. It is on the south wall of the Chapel. The theme of the window, installed in 2004, respects the wish of the donor, the late Hilda Wharton.