This beautiful, historic venue allows you to step back in time when you enter the elegantly designed chapel constructed over 130 years ago. The original hand-carved old-grown cedar trusses of the cathedral ceiling is a classic design of elegance at Belle Chapel, allowing you to experience the timelessness of this historic venue.
This charming wedding chapel and reception venue was designed by famed local architect J.S. White and was complete in 1885. It was home to the Snohomish's original Methodist Church and was the second church built in town. The Eye, one of Snohomish's newspapers, stated in an editorial: "When completed it will be a handsome edifice and an ornament to the town."
The United Methodist Church held worship services in this building until 1992, and originally constructed on the corner of 3rd Street and Avenue C, in 1910 it was moved to its current location on the corner of 3rd Street and Avenue B.
Today, the Chapel is on the National Register of Historic Places and is the oldest church still standing in Snohomish today.