Gatwick Airport Chapel and Faith Facilities
Gatwick Airport has peaceful chapel and prayer rooms for passengers to find comfort and solace during their time at the airport.
Situated landside in both the North and South Terminal buildings, people of every faith are welcome to use the facilities for quiet prayer, reflection and meditation.
Relevant reading material and literature for all faiths can be found in the chapel and prayer rooms for worship at Gatwick.
The chapel and prayer rooms are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
A number of religious services are held throughout the week. The services last for approximately 25 minutes.
Regular Christian services are held by a number of religious chaplains, including those from the Anglican, Roman Catholic and Free Church faiths.
On a Monday Buddhist services are held.
Full details can be found on the Gatwick Chaplaincy Website as well as details being displayed on the noticeboard by the entrance.
Chaplains are regularly available and offer help and comfort to those in need of someone to talk to, consolation in time of bereavement, bridge building, and crisis support. All services are offered with complete confidentiality.
The chapel in the North Terminal is situated on the ground floor, land side, near to International Arrivals, before security.
The chapel in the South Terminal is situated on the third floor, landside, next to Caffè Nero, before security.
For your information, the Gatwick Airport Chaplaincy is part of the British Isles and Eire Group of the International Association of Civil Aviation Chaplains (IACAC), and as such follows their code of best practice and objectives.