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Posted on: August 20, 2019

A Storybook Venue

Couple smiling outside brown chapel

Built in 1864, Century Memorial Chapel features stunning Gothic Revival architecture, including original stained glass windows, high wooden beams, curved buttresses, globe lighting, and decorative hand-stenciling. The architectural design itself lends to excellent acoustics inside. 

Originally an Episcopalian church in the 1800s, St. John's Episcopal Church was deconsecrated when relocated to Naper Settlement in 1970, receiving the new name Century Memorial Chapel. Today, the venue weds couples of all faiths and backgrounds.

Photo courtesy of Becky Brown Photography

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