The College has a chapel which is available to all, without any distinction, for worship and meditation. All Junior Members may visit the chapel at any time for prayer and meditation. In particular the Christian Resident Junior Members are expected to join in the daily morning worship and other Chapel events that take place from time to time.
History – In 1952 the College Chapel was constructed. It was consecrated by Bishop Wilkinson, Bishop of Amritsar. The first Chapel bell which was brought from the St. Mary’s Church Ajmer cracked after some time. In 1954 Rev. Jarvis made an appeal in The Yorkshire Post for a bell and the Directors of Springfield Mill in Guiseley, Yorkshire, offered to give the one which had begun its existence in 1842 in Guiseley calling men and women to work at the mill. It arrived in Delhi on the evening before Founder’s Day in 1954 and was hung in the turret. Designed by Walter George.