A western Michigan jail is home to a new chapel. The Muskegon Chronicle reports, the Muskegon County Jail has opened a non-denominational chapel where men and women can seek out space for contemplation and comfort. The addition was made possible through the donations of community members. According to county sheriff, Michael Poulin, local businesses donated items for the chapel. CNC Floor Coverings installed free carpeting. Living Word Church donated pews and a lectern and West Michigan Process Service chipped in too.