Description of Venue: Grace Chapel was built to resemble the one-room country chapels of yesteryear. The small white-washed chapel with a bell tower and high pitched roof features a post and beam style structure with pine plank flooring and six-pane wooden windows that can be opened. Central heat and air is also available. The walls and ceilings have the look of old knotty wood and the refinished pews are over one-hundred years old. For lighting, there are vintage-style, rusty lanterns hanging from iron hooks. The cornice boards are back/uplit with color changing LED lighting. A wooden cross above the double entrance doors is also backlit with LED. Grace Chapel will give you the feeling of stepping into a primitive church when times were simple and Sundays were sacred.
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