In 2001, Longview Chapel completed an addition to the Chapel that included "Long Hall," a 23 ft. by 51 ft. meeting area. The Hall will seat 80 people with a buffet serving table. The following equipment is provided when Hall is rented. Please feel free to contact us if you have any further questions about receptions.
- Eleven 2½ x 8 ft. tables
- Eight 2½ x 6 ft. tables
- Two 4 x 2 ft. tables
- Eighty padded chairs
The adjoining kitchen may be used for serving of food but NOT for meal preparation. Kitchen equipment and supplies may NOT be used without permission. Kitchen must be left clean and neat.
The fee for the use of Long Hall is $500. The rental fee is for a four hour span and includes a $150.00 custodial fee. To book Long Hall, a $200.00 non-refundable deposit is required. The remaining balance of $300.00 must be paid 30 days prior to the event. The fee also covers the cost of custodial take down of tables and chairs, emptying of trash, and the monitoring of the building during the reception. Custodian is not responsible for the taking down of decorations or the cleaning off of tables.
Miscellaneous Items of Importance:
· ALCOHOL/SMOKING GUIDELINES. This is a TOBACCO (vaping-free) AND ALCOHOL free site in the Church building and the grounds. This includes the restrooms as well as the parking lot area. Those renting the Hall shall be responsible for seeing that ALL guests are advised of this regulation.
· Rice & Birdseed Prohibited: Only bubbles or live flower petals may be used to anoint the bride and groom following the service.
· Not Responsible For: Personal valuables or belongings of wedding party or guests. Leave all valuable belongings and gifts in the care of family members or friends during the service. The Church is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
· Marriage License: Must be secured by the bride and groom from the state in which your marriage is to be performed. It MUST be secured at least three days before the ceremony. The license should be brought to the rehearsal and given to the minister presiding over the service. In Missouri the Minister must complete the license and return it to the state.
Updated: August 2018