My chair was near the chancel rail, I now turned toward the west end of the church.
Since 1996, Bolding has been director of the chancel Choir (renamed The Inspirational Voices of Abyssinian in 2008).
One priest who had taken the oath was stoned in his church, another was hanged from the chancel lamp.
She pulled them out, and carried them to the tiny door by the chancel steps.
Dosser, dos′er, n. a rich hanging of tapestry for the walls of a hall or of a chancel: a pannier.
A chancellor was originally a man in charge of a chancel, or grating, Lat.
The sharp end of this I inserted in a hole in the left-hand gatepost of the chancel gateway.
The chancel arch is Early English, and very narrow, only 3ft.
At the chancel gate I held up my lamp and flashed the light at the dagger.
The chancel arch is fine, and there are some remains of a screen.
c.1300, "part of the church around the altar," from Old French chancel, from Late Latin cancellus "lattice," from Latin cancelli (plural) "grating, bars" (see cancel); sense extended in Late Latin from the lattice-work that separated the choir from the nave in a church to the space itself.