In the end of the 19th century the revivalism was powerful in Sweden. Many people chose to attend, for example, Baptist meetings, and in time they formed new congregations. These congregations built their own houses to gather in, and the chapel on Jordö is one example of such buildings. It was built in 1928 and looks rather much as an ordinary cottage. Inside there is an assembly hall with a pulpit, an organ and benches. The house also contains a kitchen.
As it is not ussually accesible for public, to be shown, call Eskil Gustavsson at +4645735082