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By: Julie S.
All Saints Wedding Chapel
My fiancee and I considered having our ceremony at this little church, due to its convenient location. We had a tour, and the inside is quaint and whimsical. However, we decided against it because there are many eyesores right next to the church. In the alley next to it, all the guests see are old rusted out cement pillars with chains on them, which desperately need to be removed. The alley way to the right of the chapel is run down, and you see the backs of businesses, which are equally run down and in need of repair (peeling paint on the buildings, cigarette butts on the ground.etc) which is very disappointing. Parking is also an issue.This chapel has so much potential, if it is moved somewhere else! The "gazebo" they offer to the left of the chapel, is in an equally run down state of disrepair, and in the back of another alleyway.The grounds need a makeover! Paint the gazebo, plant some flowers, do some planters, and make it look refreshed and pretty. Instead everything around it looks tired and dated. :(Not to be mean, but our concern would be that guests would get a "low rent" vibe about this place.Sorry.
By: liz.ryda
All Saints Wedding Chapel
My wedding at the chapel on Sept. 14th was wonderful! The music, ceremony, the historical chapel, acoustics...all perfect. Penny, the wedding planner, met with me twice and helped me work out all the details. She was organized and calm and followed through nicely with our plans. We were very happy with our decision to get married at All Saints Chapel!!

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