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It takes a village to raise a chapel! And so far, all of our work over the last few years has been completely self-funded, and as you can imagine, along with patience and faith, there's so much that goes into it. If you like what we're doing and are able to make a contribution, funds will go towards the completion of chapel build and grounds maintenance. 12% of donations will also fund our community outreach initiative, donating to causes such as Second Harvest Food Bank to pour that love back into our city. Support our little big dream so we can share this safe haven with many more. Read more below about our story and inspiration behind The Little Chapel. We are so grateful for your support!
Video by Camel City Videography- 2020
When life slowed down in 2020, we looked for ways to share our sanctuary with others to celebrate life's sweetest moments. It started with a dream a few years ago that sprouted from a seed planted nearly 20 years back. Mollie and father, David wanted to create something to leave behind for future generations and for others to cherish as well. There's been many roadblocks and setbacks over the last few years, as we keep working towards our dream together, but this is the place that gives us hope and has taught us to never give up. Learn more about our mission and how you can get involved.
We believe in spreading kindness and unity in our community. Diversity is beautiful and love conquers all. We have an opportunity to celebrate all of these values on our property but also in our everyday lives as a family. We couldn’t be more grateful for all those who visit and leave behind a note for our little Wish Tree. Your note may touch someone else’s heart or be part of your journey in healing. Whatever your story or hope, thank you for sharing.
It is our hope that our little sanctuary will be a safe haven for others to celebrate life, love, family and friends. Your support will help us reach our goal of completing our little chapel so we can share this special place with you and make lasting memories together.
Read more below on the details of the property and chapel or support the cause.
The Little Chapel is a private family-owned 16th century Old English-inspired chapel nestled in Winston-Salem and proudly features craftmanship from several North Carolina artisans. With details like the salvaged roof from a 200 year old structure, with fingerprints embedded into tiles from the original clay tile artisans, it's apparent the little details have a lot of heart. Scroll through the gallery to learn more about the craftmanship and artisans who helped create the different elements of the chapel.