Beautiful in its Protestant simplicity, Ruth Memorial Chapel offers your wedding ceremony the nostalgic charm of a Colorado frontier-era setting. Completed in 1912, the chapel was the first permanent church structure to be built in Parker. Ruth Memorial Chapel is now a wonderfully restored historical landmark that’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
A white, clapboard exterior opens into a warm interior featuring a beautiful hardwood floor, traditional wooden pews, frosted glass windows, and unadorned walls. Ruth Memorial Chapel wraps your ceremony in graceful purity and spiritual peace.
Pews provide seating for up to 70 guests, and the chapel’s sanctuary provides the perfect setting for you to exchange vows. Up front, there’s also room for musicians. Best of all, the unadorned walls and plain windows provide an ideal backdrop for expressing your creative imagination in floral arrangements and decorations.
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