Temple and church wedding venues are the most traditional sites to host your nuptials, particularly if you’re planning a religious ceremony. If you and your future spouse want the wedding, not the reception, to be the focus of your special day, then hosting your event at a temple or church wedding venue is particularly meaningful.
Acquaint Gathering is a historic wedding venue in Grain Valley, Missouri. This venue is a beautifully restored chapel with modern touches and an ambiance that will help make your big day everything you dreamed it would be. The property is conveniently located close to Highway 40 and I-70, and... (Church Weddings Grain Valley)
The SomerStone is a beautiful historic sanctuary built in the 1920's. Perfect for weddings, concerts, speaking engagements an other events. We offer seating to accomadate up to 300 people. We are located 30 minutes east of downtown Kansas City in the heart of rustic downtown Odessa Missouri. ... (Church Weddings Odessa)
Faith Ministries is located in Grandview, Missouri and is the perfect location for your big day. We have seating for over 300 people, a commercial kitchen, serveral banquet rooms, and a full sound sytem with video projectors and mood lighting. Tables, Chairs, Linens, Centerpieces, Candlabras, and a... (Church Weddings Grandview)
Thank you for expressing interest in having your wedding at Gashland. Over the years, God has given us the unique opportunity to help many couples prepare for marriage, as well as provide a beautiful sanctuary for them to make their vows to one another before God. We know that facilities for a... (Church Weddings Kansas City)
The DeLeon Event Space and Chapel is Kansas City's elegant event space, owned and operated by Eric and Jodie DeLeon, former owners of The Sawyer Room. With the charm of a Southern Mansion but the touch of a modern event space. It is like no other event space in Kansas City. You can do both the... (Church Weddings Kansas City)
Pilgrim Chapel is a public chapel open to people of all faiths. Constructed in 1941, the chapel was home to the Pilgrim Lutheran Church for the Deaf until its closing in 1994. Today, Pilgrim Chapel serves the needs of the community as a space to celebrate or commemorate important life events, such... (Church Weddings Kansas City)