It has no parish church, but only a chapel-of-ease to an adjacent parish.
The church was formerly a chapel-of-ease to that at East Barnet.
At the chapel-of-ease attended by the troops there arose above the edge of the pulpit one Sunday an unknown face.
But our primitive stage was a chapel-of-ease, as it were, to the Church.
The livings, especially in country places, include one or more sub-parishes, each with its own church or chapel-of-ease.
Not far from Newlyn is a place that was once a chapel-of-ease to Madron and had no church of its own.
It is a chapel-of-ease to Edgbaston, in the gift of the Bishop.
Skelwick was only a chapel-of-ease to North Ditton, and before Mr. Gascoyne's time the place had been much neglected.
Mrs. Marlowe was going with her to the chapel-of-ease at East Lafer but would not get out.
Mr. Smirke had built his chapel-of-ease with the money left him by his mother at Clapham.