Greenbelt ChapelCurrently Closed
- Address: Legazpi Street, Greenbelt Park, Legazpi Village, Makati 1229, Philippines, Makati City
- Timings: 07:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +63-27298173
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids, Architecture , Cathedral
About Greenbelt Chapel, Makati City
The Greenbelt Chapel sits like a jewel in the middle of gorgeously manicured grounds and mass is heard at least three times daily. A stone's throw away is Greenbelt 5, where you can atone for your sins by supporting local design talent; an entire top-floor wing is dedicated to the country's homegrown brands. The chapel makes for a welcome break for meditation, prayer or just a short respite from city life. Its surrounded by trees that add to the charm of the unique architecture.
How To reach Greenbelt Chapel by Public Transport
- Bus: Makati Avenue Stop
- Jeepney: Ayala Market Terminal
Restaurants Near Greenbelt Chapel
- The Balcony Gastropub
- Max’s Restaurant
- Pho Hoa Restaurant
- Swagat Indian Cuisine
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95% of people who visit Makati City include Greenbelt Chapel in their plan
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People usually take around 1 Hr to see Greenbelt Chapel
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Greenbelt Chapel, Makati City Reviews
Masses are in Tagalog and English. Stools are available outside the church if it's already full. Even near the mall wall, they have some. Others also sit by the fountain. We usually learn a lot from the homilies here specifically. I suggest sitting inside so you can hear everything better. Keep your eyes and ears peeled when they announce before Holy Communion that their "extraordinary ministers" will accommodate people outside. It always gets us thinking. So can they also be referred to as extravagant, splendiferous, or magnificent? :) The location of the chapel is the middle of Greenbelt 4 and 5. By the bridges, you'll see fishes and even turtles. They're fun to look at with your family during the day.
Go to mass, pray with a large congregation and watch as koi and other fish swim in the pond around you. I saw a turtle :) Despite being a largely outdoor venue, large industrial fans provide a good aircon'd environment so you won't overheat. Plenty of plastic stools to sit on if the pews fill up.
A spiritual oasis in the heart of a busy city, Greenbelt Chapel is under the jurisdiction of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila. The Chapel enables professionals working in the Makati CBD and the rest of the faithful to enrich their spirituality through Sunday and daily Mass, liturgical services, and other devotional activities such as novenas. Can get crowded on Catholic holy days (e.g. Ash Wednesday, Immaculate Conception Day, Simbáng Gabi).
I love the pastors' praiseworthy sermon worth listening to (no flakes, but the real deal in understanding our lives in relation with the Lord.
Accessible within Greenbelt 5, this Chapel features an open-air and very sleek architecture. It offer weekly Masses specially during Sundays. Chairs are limited you can ocuppy the spaces surrounding the chapel. It has a good landscape feature too.