Cypress Lawn’s Noble Chapel is a true work of art — a masterpiece comprised of stunning stained glass and brickwork that has endured the test of time.
This peaceful sanctuary was created in 1892 and its namesake is the founder of Cypress Lawn, Hamden Holmes Noble.
Architect Thomas Paterson Ross patterned the chapel after St. Giles Church in Stoke Poges, England, the site where Thomas Gray wrote his famous 1751 poem, “Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard.”
This historic chapel can accommodate up to 60 guests, providing a comfortable space for a funeral or memorial service, prayer or quiet time, or ceremonies like baptisms or weddings.
This recently restored architectural treasure is beloved for its ability to bring family and friends closer through its stately yet comfortable aura.
Whether it’s for two hearts joining, a lone heart leaving, or many hearts celebrating, you’ll find Noble Chapel is the perfect size for all of life’s big moments.