EPIPHANY HALL, our most expansive and astonishing venue, accommodates up to 460 seated guests for formal dining, combined with The Guild Room, reception capacity is 1050. This timeless, opulent venue adds spectacular grandeur to your client’s special day.

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Built in 1885, the former church is both a local and national landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Designed by renowned architectural firm Burling and Whitehouse, its exterior exemplifies a Richardsonian Romanesque flair, while the interiors are finished in Eastlake Style, with intricate Queen Anne details including decorative terra cotta tiles, Venetian glass mosaics designed by Tiffany, and sweeping arched trusses.

THE GUILD ROOM
The Guild Room is a perfect complement to Epiphany Hall and is steeped in old-world elegance and charm. It is an ideal space for guests to gather while celebrating pre and
post-ceremony. With its dramatic décor, fireplace, antique mirrors and dazzling stained glass, The Guild Room will spark romance in all who attend.

Our most expansive and astonishing venue, accommodates up to 460 seated guests for formal dining, combined with The Guild Room, reception capacity is 1050. This timeless, opulent venue adds spectacular grandeur to your client’s special day.

Built in 1885, the former church is both a local and national landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Designed by renowned architectural firm Burling and Whitehouse, its exterior exemplifies a Richardsonian Romanesque flair, while the interiors are finished in Eastlake Style, with intricate Queen Anne details including decorative terra cotta tiles, Venetian glass mosaics designed by Tiffany, and sweeping arched trusses.

CONTACT A WEDDING SPECIALIST

Our most expansive and astonishing venue, accommodates up to 460 seated guests for formal dining, combined with The Guild Room, reception capacity is 1050. This timeless, opulent venue adds spectacular grandeur to your client’s special day.

Built in 1885, the former church is both a local and national landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Designed by renowned architectural firm Burling and Whitehouse, its exterior exemplifies a Richardsonian Romanesque flair, while the interiors are finished in Eastlake Style, with intricate Queen Anne details including decorative terra cotta tiles, Venetian glass mosaics designed by Tiffany, and sweeping arched trusses.

CONTACT A WEDDING SPECIALIST