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I suppose I should say this chapel really belongs to God. But since I never get around to deciding which God in particular, I guess you could say it belongs to all of them.Pastor Clements

The All Faiths Chapel is an unmarked location in Diamond City in 2287. It is owned and operated by Pastor Clements as a non-denominational religious center for the city.[1] Everyone is welcome regardless of their beliefs, or lack thereof, and visitors are encouraged to sit and ponder the divine, regardless of the form the divine takes for them. Given the chapel's open nature, Pastor Clements states that the chapel is more of a "silent vigil."[2]

Layout

This building near the main entrance to Diamond City is a small single-room structure. It contains a pulpit around the corner from the entrance, and a pew with two Diamond City residents sitting on it. If the Sole Survivor sits on the pew, they will obtain the temporary perk Quiet Reflection for 8 hours.

Inhabitants

Pastor Clements

Notes

During the unmarked quest Wedding Day, if Miss Edna is convinced that love is worth the risk, she will be married to Mister Zwicky outside the chapel.

Appearances

The All Faiths Chapel only appears in Fallout 4.

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References

  1. Pastor Clements: "I suppose I should say this chapel really belongs to God. But since I never get around to deciding which God in particular, I guess you could say it belongs to all of them."
    (Pastor Clement's dialogue)
  2. Clements: "We're always open. Anytime you need to sit and talk to whoever you think is up there. We're the silent vigil types around here. Don't do too many sermons."
    (Pastor Clement's dialogue)
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