Setting and architecture have long made the Chapel a popular site for weddings. The exterior and Sanctuary have offered a beautiful backdrop for couples entering God’s sacred Covenant of Marriage since 1915. As a place of worship, the Chapel provides a sense of God’s Presence and draws the congregation and the couple together.
If you are interested in having your wedding at the Chapel we would be happy to assist you. Please click on an area of interest below for information regarding weddings at the Chapel. Should any question remain after viewing this material, please feel free to contact us.
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Our Chapel was built in 1915 as a school and Church for the residents who worked and lived at Longview Farm. The school area has been converted into offices but the Sanctuary remains much the same as it was in 1915. The Sanctuary’s size will seat comfortably a MAXIMUM of 120 GUESTS, which eliminates larger weddings but provides a very pleasant and intimate atmosphere for the small to average sized wedding. There is a small Nave or Narthex, entrance foyer, in the rear of the Sanctuary that will accommodate a guest registration area.
As you make your decision, please be aware we do not have one center aisle; our Sanctuary is divided into three sections with two inside and two outside aisles. Traditionally the wedding party enters down one aisle and exits out the other as a married couple.
Our Narthex, main center entrance or foyer into the Sanctuary, at the rear of the Sanctuary is unfortunately not accessible from the inside. Therefore, the bridal party must exit the building through the lower level and follow the sidewalk to the Narthex, front main entrance or foyer. An alternate option would be to enter from the front side aisle and walk to the rear of the church and up to the altar. A suggestion for the bridal party is for one set to walk down one isle and the other down the other isle towards the altar. This extended walk can actually allow the bride and her attendants greater opportunity to see guests, while allowing more guests to view the bride and wedding party.
We welcome and encourage visitors to come and see the Chapel before making any decision. The Chapel is open from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and by appointment.