Rental of our Building
The charming and historic UUCL chapel is available for rentals, weddings and commitment ceremonies of up to 49 guests. Built in 1890, the chapel is nestled in trees off Gleedsville Road in beautiful western Loudoun County.
While there is amplification, you are not likely to need it. The AME congregation that built the chapel did it with acoustics in mind. Local folk performers have praised the chapel’s natural wood walls and ceiling as a perfect place to lift their voices.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Anything special we should know about the church building?
A. It’s a wonderful and charming little building, rich in history. Built by freed slaves from what was to become Oatlands Plantation, it has especially beautiful acoustics. Come by on Sunday morning and check it out. We’d love to see you!
Q. What is the fee for non-church members?
A. The typical cost for a wedding $400. This covers 3 evening hours for rehearsal and 6 hours on event day. We welcome inquiries for other events; fees vary based rental time requested and specific needs.
Q. Can I bring my own minister/celebrant?
A. Of course!
Q. Will the church allow unions that are non-traditional?
A. UUCL is a Welcoming Congregation and opens its doors and hearts to all committed loving couples.
Q. What are the bathroom and changing facilities?
A. We have one large unisex bathroom downstairs as well as a large open room and small room with a door for use by your wedding party. Winter warning: you must go outside and around the building to reach the bathroom.
Q. Is the church heated or air conditioned?
A. The building is heated in the winter and centrally air conditioned in the summer.
Q. Is there an organ?
A. We have an electric piano with an organ ‘effect’.