If you’re currently planning a 2017 wedding, consider the lovely and historic Eisenhower Chapel. With seating for 180 and reasonable rental rates, the Eisenhower Chapel offers a great start for your life together. Spring and summer dates are filling up (but it’s not impossible to find one), but the chapel is an intimate and lovely Read More
Many memories come from the Eisenhower Chapel. Ted and Laura Ball traveled from out of state to re-visit the chapel where they got married 39 years ago. They let us know that they are still glad they exchanged those vows back in 1977.
The Lowry Speaker Series presents “Little Steps, Big Feat: Life and Leadership Lessons From One Woman’s Walk Around the World” July 28, 2015 at the Eisnehower Chapel in Lowry. In 1999, Polly Letofsky left her home and headed west across 4 continents and over 14,000 miles – by foot – to become the first woman to walk around Read More
Winter weddings at the chapel Congratulations to Michelle Buchanan & Mike Skalisky. Saturday, November 29, was the perfect evening for a wedding at the Eisenhower Chapel. The Lowry Community Master Association decorates the chapel every year, making it a perfect site for a winter wedding.
Another lovely wedding at the Eisenhower Chapel on July 5, 2014. Lovely photos by Erinn Magin.
Students from Machebeuf spread out throughout the Lowry Community on Wednesday April 9 to help beautify the neighborhood. 90 students concluded the day with a presentation at the Eisenhower Chapel on Lowry History, put on by the Lowry Foundation. Thank you, Bishop Machebeuf!
Each year the English Speaking Union holds a competition for high school students at the Eisenhower Chapel. This year’s competition, in which students present a monologue from Shakespeare, was held on Sunday, February 9, 2014. The winner of the competition went on to compete in the national competition in New York.
On December 18, 2011, Chad and Caitlin had their special day in this lovely, historic chapel in Denver. To see more photos, see Kelli Nixon Photography
On April 16, Mary Rutherford and Dave Birkey were married in the Eisenhower Chapel. After the ceremony, Mary wrote, “As you can see, we had simple floral arrangements and candles. We felt the chapel was so pretty that it didn’t really need much. We will always be grateful for all your help in the coordination Read More