The Chapel | Port Orange, FL

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Originally constructed as a community center in Port Orange, this historic building was built in 1897 at the northwest corner of US1 and Church Street. It served as the Parish Hall for Grace Episcopal Church until 1997 when it was given to Douglas J. Clark and relocated to its current home.

It took 18 months to completely renovate The Chapel. The century-old heart pine boards were removed, planed down, varnished and reapplied to the walls. The stained glass windows are new. The barrel ceiling above the pulpit was designed and built by Chuck Gittner. Chuck and his brother, Craig, designed and built the bell tower which houses the impressive bronze bell that was cast in Baltimore, Maryland in 1893 and weighs 1,050 pounds. The toll of the bell can be heard throughout the neighborhood and signifies a rebirth for a significant building with a proud local heritage.

The Chapel held the first wedding here on the Estate in 1999 and has since become one of Central Florida’s most sought after ceremony locations.

Your Perfect Wedding

The Chapel has hosted hundreds of weddings throughout its lifetime. The stained glass windows and curved pews are the perfect setting for guests to witness your vows.


A Piece of History

Built originally in 1897 as the first town hall of Port Orange, in 1913, the building was moved and served as the Parish Hall for Grace Episcopal Church. When the church expanded in 1997, the Chapel was relocated to it’s current location here at the Estate on the Halifax.



The Chapel underwent an extensive eighteen month long restoration to renew the century old heart pine walls, add the barrel ceiling over the pulpit and build the bell tower which now holds the 1893 bronze bell that tolls at each wedding.


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