Sarreyer Chapel

  • Historic site and monument
  • Religious heritage
  • Chapel
1948 Sarreyer
This chapel can be seen from afar, and certainly from Le Châble. It is silhouetted against the landscape, particularly at night thanks to the cruciform light from its bell tower.
The chapel was built on the southern flank of the village, on the insistence of the people of Sarreyer, and with the agreement of parish priest Carron and of Canon Boitzy. It replaced the former Banderey Chapel on 8 September 1935, and was built in 1646 by two lucky survivors of the plague of 1639, brothers André and Pierre Besse.

In honour of these founders, the chapel’s patron saints are: St Andrew (the upper stained-glass window in the choir and the statue by Mme Jacquemin), who is...
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Sarreyer Chapel
1948 Sarreyer
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