The Chapel at Oak Hill

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Two souls with but a single thought, Two hearts that beat as one.
Friedrich Halm

Imagine walking down the aisle of St. John’s Church, an exquisite, 1860’s treasure, completely restored to its original condition. Our non-denominational church is the storybook country wedding setting, whether your guest list is two or two hundred. We offer a variety of decorations, a sound system we are happy to operate during your ceremony, use of our piano if you have live music, and an on-site wedding day coordinator to assist you with all your wedding day details. Allow us to transport you to your ceremony via our 1931 Ford Model A or horse-drawn Carriage. Let Oak Hill set the stage for wonderful memories.

St. John’s was built in Guilford Township, about 14 miles from Oak Hill Farm, by German immigrants on land purchased for $10. Completed in 1868 and dedicated on September 18, 1870, the building offered its first wedding on June 2, 1874. Services were delivered in German until 1928. After nearly a century, regular services ended in 1969, after which the church was rarely used.

St. John’s was moved to Oak Hill on September 18, 1996, 126 years to the day of its original dedication date. The first wedding at Oak Hill was my own on June 27, 1998. We started the business in 2000 and have hosted close to a thousand weddings since then! We would like to share with you the unique and memorable experience of Oak Hill Farm.