The Chapel Space

Built in 1906, the Good Shepherd Center offers an intimate performance and rehearsal space within the restored 4th floor former chapel. Accessible by elevator, this beautiful two-story space features original stained glass, wood floors, columns, and recessed panel woodworking.

Historic Seattle partners with NonSequitur, a music production non-profit that stages its own performances, and serves as booking agent for concerts, readings, dance, theater, and other arts events in the Chapel.

General Space Information

The chapel is on the fourth floor of the Good Shepherd Center, and is accessible by elevator or stairs. The room is approximately 59’ x 60’ and is divided by four large columns. Maximum audience capacity is 85 on weeknights and 150 on Friday and Saturday. There is a ca. 1920s Knabe 9-foot concert grand piano. For a detailed description of the space and to view photos, go to Nonsequitur’s blog on the Chapel Space.

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Rental Information

The Chapel Space is a dedicated performing arts venue that may be rented on a per-event basis for concerts, dance, theater, literary readings, and other performing arts events or rehearsals. The Chapel Space is not available to rent on weekdays before 5:00 PM, on Sundays, or on most major holidays. It is not available for non-arts events such as private parties, weddings, memorials, yoga classes, meditation workshops, religious services, fundraisers, public meetings, etc. For details about booking, availability, rental fees, etc. go to Nonsequitur’s blog on the Chapel Space. To inquire about booking a rental, contact Steve Peters of Nonsequitur.

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Location

The Chapel Space
Good Shepherd Center, Fourth Floor
4649 Sunnyside Ave N
Seattle, WA  98103
(SW corner of 50th & Sunnyside in Wallingford, nearest Metro stops: 16, 44, 26)

 

Photo: Steve Peters, Nonsequitur