Dedicated in 1963, Haebler is a non-denominational chapel that, in addition to weddings, memorial services, and other traditional ceremonies, makes a gorgeous location for music recitals and chamber music concerts. Haebler's luxuriant appointments include an Italian marble altar, chancel furnishings, and oaken pews with walnut accents. Above the front door is a beautiful rose window, and the room is flanked by floor-to-ceiling windows of silver and blue leaded glass. Haebler seats 325 (with 75 in the balcony) and features both pipe organ and piano.

Capacity: 250
Cost: Please contact Angela McDonald, angela.mcdonald@goucher.edu
Configuration: Inflexible
Uses: Weddings, memorial services, and music recitals.
Lighting/Sound: None
Equipment: Organ, Piano
For accommodations for disabilities call 410-769-5054
Restrooms available on basement level (non-accessible)

Photographs of Haebler Memorial Chapel

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Chapel, as seen from the balcony Backs of the pews on the righthand side Altar, as seen from the organ Chapel, as seen from the altar Roof, lighting, main stained glass window Backs of pews, side stained glass windows