The Medina Wedding Chapel got its beginning in 1875 as a Methodist church. Because of decreasing membership in the three area Methodist churches in Greenville, Hortonville, and Medina, these congregations consolidated and built a new church in the Town of Greenville in 1969.
In December 1993 we noticed that the Medina church was for sale. Both of us grew up on farms in Outagamie County and have an appreciation for old buildings and furnishings. When we looked at the inside of the church for the first time, it had been left sitting for 24 years, except for a short stint with a Pentecostal group and was later used for storage. We spent time restoring it to its original condition. We did add some modern items like central air, heat, a baby grand piano, and a Bose sound system.
We invite you to come and see the Medina Wedding Chapel, the antique furnishings, the wood floor, the oak pews, and the gazebo. We think that when you walk in, you will feel a calmness and peacefulness, and you will know that this place is right for your special day.
You will receive our help all along the way. You don't just get the building, you get our help. We enjoy weddings and are grateful for all the couples who have found us. We want you to enjoy your special day at the Chapel.
Dennis & Jean Goffard