Naper Settlement, a museum in the Chicago, Illinois area, hosts weddings on its non-denominational grounds. The chapel,...Read more located at the outdoor history museum - Naper Settlement - is classic and picturesque. Just minutes from Riverwalk Park, this venue is a 40-minute drive from downtown...... (Church Weddings)
Chapel in the Pines is a wedding venue located in Sycamore, Illinois. Having hosted over 2,000 weddings in over two...Read more decades, the venue provides a range of truly stunning event spaces, Beautifully nestled on the outskirts of Chicago, the venue is surrounded by gorgeous rollings hills and luscious...... (Church Weddings)
Second Unitarian Church, located in Chicago, Illinois, is a church wedding venue that welcomes renters of all...Read more faiths.
Facilities and Capacity
Affectionately called 2U, the Second Unitarian Church is a historic and beautiful Prairie-style building that can host gatherings of up to 200 people. The...... (Church Weddings Chicago)
Located near downtown Chicago, in the Old Town neighborhood, St. Joseph Church boasts a rich and vibrant tradition. It's...Read more convenient location makes it a popular Chicago wedding ceremony site. The church's sanctuary offers a beautiful, classic, chapel-style setting. The sanctuary features stained...... (Church Weddings Chicago)
We are a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed building that recently underwent a $25M restoration. Our sanctuary space seats up...Read more to 300 while the opposite side of the building is perfect for an intimate dinner or offsite meeting. We look forward to welcoming you!... (Church Weddings Oak Park)
Located in Chicago, Illinois, Luther Memorial Church (LMC) is a historic wedding venue where you can say "I do." No...Read more matter where you are spiritually or your beliefs, LMC welcomes everyone with open doors. The classic design of the church boasts beautiful stained glass windows and tall ceilings. LMC...... (Church Weddings Chicago)
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...Read more focus of your special day, then hosting your event at a temple or church wedding venue is particularly meaningful.