The Chapel of the Beloved Disciple is available as a more intimate setting for special services at St. John’s.  It was built as part of a major construction project in 1966 to replace the Parish Hall and old chapel building.  The chapel seats approximately 50 parishioners and is used each week for Wednesday services, as well as other special services throughout the year.  The high-pitched chapel ceiling is supported by exposed wooden beams, which have a cream-colored antique finish.  This finish is also used on the pews, altar rail and other wood-trimmed surfaces.  It features a single center aisle, leading to a small sanctuary with a suspended brass cross.