The College Chapel is often described as the jewel in the college crown. Visited by many from near and far, this tranquil space, with its magnificent windows desgined by Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris, offers a wonderful escape from everyday life. The Chapel is rare in that it specifically caters those who refuse to be designated to any one faith. It is for all to enjoy, regardless of belief. Regular serices in the Unitarian and liberal religious tradition are held on Sunday mornings. All visitors are welcome to attend. On occasion, the Chapel is used for lectures, and can hold approximately 140 people.