THE MAPLE STREET CHAPEL
PRESERVATION SOCIETY, INC.
The next program will be Ruth & Max Bloomquist Saturday, October 17th 7:30.
The last that the chapel will be open for tours in 2015 will be October 18th 2:00-4:00. Schedule
The popular nut sale is available for 2015. Orders
must be received by Sunday, November 1st, for delivery on November 22nd.
A journalism student, Shane Gustafson, produced an
awesome video telling the story of the chapel.
Photo courtesy of Steve Spoden and MacKay Enterprises
The Maple Street Chapel is a landmark the entire region recognizes and treasures. The American Gothic, bat-and-board design, its stained-glass "grisaille" windows, and the Chapel's simple elegance all add to its importance as an historic site.
In the late 1970's, the management, repair, maintenance, and preservation of the Maple Street Chapel was entrusted to a group that has grown into today's Maple Street Chapel Preservation Society, Inc. Through the years this group has cared for and nurtured this unique community treasure.
No money designated for the chapel is ever diverted into any of First Church of Lombard's ministries, personnel, or programs.
can become a part of the chapel's preservation by joining the
Efforts to preserve the Chapel include fund raising and an on-going endowment effort in conjunction with the DuPage Foundation
The chapel is utilized for a variety of special programs and concerts, and is available for weddings
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