Congratulations! Your wedding ceremony is one of the most important events in your life and Unity of Charlottesville can assist you with making it a memorable day. Unity provides a peaceful setting for couples, whether young or old. Wedding ceremonies are offered to all, inclusive of and honoring each person's ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity & expression, and spiritual background. Ceremonies can be traditional or unique and can reflect the sacredness of each family’s spiritual traditions.
Couples can bring in their own ministers, rabbis, priests, justices, and other officiants from any faith to perform the ceremony. Or they can enlist the services of our Unity member Rev. Kate Adamson, who is a wedding officiant, and who is experienced at working with interfaith couples to design a personalized ceremony that reflects their beliefs and spiritual essence.
The Sanctuary is welcoming and hospitable to people of all faiths. After the ceremony, delight your guests with a lovely reception in our 3600 square foot ballroom. With neutral colors and elegant décor, and kitchen with upgraded appliances, it is the ideal backdrop for wedding receptions.
Each space within the building is wheelchair accessible.
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The Sanctuary is ideal for wedding ceremonies.
The Ballroom is a beautiful banquet space, dance space, or large meeting room.
A full state-of the art kitchen, ready for your caterer.
A central location with ample parking.
We are honored you are considering Unity of Charlottesville for your wedding or your renewal of vows. Our staff understands how special this day is for you. We look forward to speaking with you about reserving space in our glorious setting and supporting you as you plan this most memorable day.
For more information, email our rental coordinator at email@example.com or call us at (214) 718-8532
Need rental space(s) for a meeting, class, workshop, lecture? Contact our Office Manager for more infomation.
Unity honors the Truth in all spiritual paths and celebrates the Divinity within each person, regardless of race, creed, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity.