Christ Church Neighborhood House




Set in a lovely city with so much history and elegance, Christ Church Neighborhood House is an amazing venue that will add unparalleled charm to your wedding day. Gather in front of your family and friends and exchange your vows in the fourth-floor theater space or the sprawling Great Hall. Intimate and quiet yet still situated in the center of a bustling city, Christ Church Neighborhood House features exposed brick and tall ceilings set inside beautiful Georgian architecture, offering a charming and picturesque colonial chic atmosphere for your big day.

Venue Style

Historic/Landmark Building, Park/Garden, Vintage/Rustic


Indoor Ceremony, Indoor Reception


Max Indoor Ceremony: 200 guests
Max Indoor Reception: 200 guests

Time Restrictions

For an additional per-hour fee, setup can start as early as 8:00AM and cleanup can end as late as 2:00AM.

Rental Fees

The rental fee ranges from $1,600 to $4,000 for a ceremony and/or reception and includes 12 hours of event time including set up and clean up time. Additional hours can be arranged for a fee of $100/hr. Cost of removing theater risers and seating included in base rental fee. A refundable security deposit of $300 or 20% is required. Please inquire with venue for outdoor reception availability and options.

Wedding Cost

The average wedding cost at Christ Church Neighborhood House is estimated at between $6,789 and $11,301 for a ceremony & reception for 100 guests.





Amenities Included

Bride's dressing area
Groom's dressing area
Dance floor
Podium and/or stage
Coat check room
Venue set up and clean up
Kitchen for prep only
Public garage
Tables and chairs provided for up to 80 guests
Piano available for an additional fee

Special Restrictions

General liability insurance required
No rice, birdseed, confetti, etc.
Approved outside caterer allowed
Amplified music OK indoors and outdoors
Smoking outside only
Alcohol must be served by licensed bartender/caterer
Music must end by 12:30AM

Wedding Day Availability (Last updated Aug 11, 2017)

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