Chapel Island is an interdenominational chapel offering a worshipful atmosphere throughout the summer. Inspirational speakers conduct the worship service. Each Sunday members of the congregation are invited to sing in an impromptu choir. Worshipping at the island has been a unique experience since the mid-1800’s. The Chapel, which is on its own island, blends well into the Adirondack landscape nestled amongst tall pines, overlooking majestic mountain peaks and surrounded by sparkling water.
Chapel Island opens its summer season Sunday June 30 and continues through September 1, 2019. Chapel Island is located at the south end of Upper Saranac Lake . Boat transportation is available every Sunday morning. The Chapel Bound pontoon boat leaves from Indian Carry off Rt. 3 at the end of Old Dock Road where you will find ample parking for your car. The first boat trip leaves for the picturesque ride at 9:15 AM and again at 9:35 AM. You may bring your own boat if you happen to be on Upper Saranac Lake . The boat driver drops their passengers off at the Chapel dock, and then anchors off shore. A shuttle transports the driver back to the dock. The service begins at 10 AM (new time for 2020). After the service, the Chapel Bound will return you to the dock at Indian Carry.
We invite you to join with the blend of faiths who express a warm and gracious welcome.