Littlewood UE Chapel is an affiliate of the United Episcopal Church (UECNA) under the Missionary Bishop, the Rt. Reverend Mr. Peter Robinson. We are a lay-led Anglican community in Fremont CA with overlap in northern San Jose, having fellowship in the lower Bay Area and beyond. Our family circle uses the standard 1928 Book of Common Prayer (BCP) and a Revised translation of the King James Bible (ASV). For music we often use the New Version Psalter as well as many hymns borrowed from 18th-century England.

Our Mission is to grow in the knowledge and love of God, so that we may be ready to joyfully receive our Lord on his coming again at the Last Day.

For more information, or if you would like to form a class or chapel in your locality as we have done, please contact us. Note, we are willing to support any such labor in the Bay Area, even Northern California:
Return Address
“Clerk”: Mr. Charles Bartlett
cell: 408-564-2435
email: ueprochapel@gmail.com


We follow the weekly and quarterly times below. Other public services are determined at the discretion of our UE minister or lay-reader. Holy Communion is ideally Quarterly. When Holy Communion cannot be had, we encourage visitors to attend our Love Feasts. Worship times are below, or at our Events Page.

Private Services (in Fremont. please RSVP)

  • Wednesdays & Fridays (every week) 6pm, Family Prayer & Song
  • Sundays (every week except fifth Sundays) 4pm, Evening prayer & Catechism
  • Saturdays (every other) 4pm, Class Meeting & Preaching
  • other Solemnities to be announced

Public Services (in San Jose. HC is ideally Quarterly. See Calendar & Map):

  • Sunday (~ x4/ yr.) 4pm, Holy Communion & Sermon
  • Sunday (every fifth Sunday) 4pm, Evening Prayer & Catechism


As a lay-led fellowship, our ceremony is typically “low“– neither using vestments nor candles. Though our Sunday service is usually in the Primitive simplicity of the home, we are ceremonially more strict when conducting public worship (e.g., fifth Sundays), say, in rented facilities. Our usual weekly service is Family Prayer on Wednesdays & Fridays and Evening Prayer every Sunday afternoon. We also meet in Society, called Classes, every other Saturday.

Sunday Evening Prayer is intended to provide friends, Anglican or not, without afternoon service to better keep their Christian Sabbath. The Office for Evening Prayer is found in the first-half of the BCP (p. 29-36). It includes the reading of scripture, Lord’s Prayer, professing the Creed, songs, and pre-written prayer. We often conclude our Sunday service with the church catechism.

Our United Episcopal Chapel actively promotes Class Meetings. Societal meetings were not unusual among pious Anglicans and other Christians during the 18th-century. Following their example, we meet together for private prayer, exhortation, and mutual watching in our Christian walk. The enlargement of the family circle by participating friends can turn Family Prayer into a Class Meeting. Accordingly, we encourage hearers at either Family or Evening Prayer to consider classes as a way of Primitive discipline.