Letter: This secular chapel

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Sir: Graham Chainey's article about King's College, Cambridge ('A season for crying in the chapel', 24 December), confirms my view that the chapel is not a place to worship. I visit the chapel regularly and always find it an inspiration - the Rubens painting is a small feature relative to the rest of the building.

However, my inspiration is derived only from the magnificent architecture; not even the chapel services seem to add any meaningful spiritual quality to this increasingly secular building.

Yours faithfully,

C. WINGFIELD

Cambridge

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