The chapel is a plain red-brick building with large doors for chief entrance. A small door at side leading to vestry.
Enter HOGGARDand PRABBLE, meeting in centre. During this scene people go into chapel.
HOGGARD (Bible and hymn-book under his arm, evidently in very good spirits). Good-morning, brother Prabble. Good-morning.
PRABBLE. Good-morning, Mr. Hoggard; you've been away for a few days, haven't you?
HOGGARD. Yes, brother Prabble. (Looking towards vestry-door.) Has Fletcher gone in yet?
PRABBLE. I should think not--it wants some time to service. We're early.
HOGGARD. Yes, I'm always early. I haven't been late for public worship once during the last