Constructed in the 1920s and designed by Charles L. Thompson and Thomas Harding, Jr., Quapaw Quarter United Methodist Church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and features a Gothic Revival style with Queen Anne characteristics. The sanctuary still retains its original furnishings, including a large Gothic Triptych window with intricately-assembled, Tiffany-style stained glass depicting biblical persons and liturgical symbols. The original cork tile floor is an early example of green design, while overhead, Gothic openwork trusses provide both decoration and structural support of the roof.
The sanctuary features first-floor and balcony seating up to 500 people. Two aisles divide three rows of pews for a variety of options in decor and staging.
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The chapel is a quiet area that can accommodate 35 to 50 people.
The courtyard is perfect for informal weddings and receptions, anniversary or birthday parties, and dinners. The area can accommodate 30 to 50 people.
Our Fellowship Hall has a stage, a full kitchen, and seating for 100 to 125.
Our library and classrooms also are available for meetings and small gatherings.