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All Saints Chapel

Trenton, Mercer County
West State Street
founded 1868, built 1896

All Saints chapelAll Saints pretty much gets lost in the welter of substantial buildings that make up the Trinity Cathedral complex on West State Street. But it's a little gem of a building, erected as a "high church' chapel by a group of parishioners from St. Michael's. The open trusswork in the ceiling of the chapel is a delight, especially when seen from the choir loft.

There is a row of stained glass windows depicting important saints to the congregation, and a very nice small rose window behind the choir than can be seen from outside. The chapel is now used for meetings, conferences and social events.