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Bastyr University Chapel (December)

Bastyr University Chapel (December)

Bastyr University Chapel (December)
14500 Juanita Dr NE
Kenmore, WA 98028

A European-styled chapel with world-class acoustics, near the city yet nestled in the woods...

Built in 1958 by the finest craftsmen, the Bastyr University Chapel is home to 31 hand-crafted stained glass windows, brilliant glass mosaic tilework, and an ambience truly unlike any other space in the Seattle area.  The Chapel has been used for recording movie soundtracks since the mid-1990s, including scores for "Mr. Holland's Opus," "About Schmidt," and "Brokeback Mountain."  Attendees sit in chairs or the dark oak pews, enjoying the music while taking in the marble columns and hand-carved oak paneling which surrounded the audience and musicians.

Parking & Directions:

By Car:

From I-405 North (Bellevue/Kirkland/Central Seattle via I-90 or 520):

  • Exit I-405 Northbound at NE 116th St in Kirkland (Totem Lake)
  • Follow 116th St Westbound; it will become Juanita Dr NE.
  • Follow Juanita Dr for a few miles; after you pass a QFC grocery store on your left, take the next right into Bastyr University & St Edward State Park

From I-405 South (Lynnwood/Everett/North Seattle):

  • Exit I-405 Southbound at Highway 522 (UW Bothell exit); follow signs to downtown Bothell.
  • Continue on Highway 522 through Bothell, and turn left on 68th Ave NE in Kenmore.
  • This road becomes Juanita Dr NE; turn right into Bastyr University / St Edward State Park.  If you see a QFC grocery store on your left, you have gone past the turn.

Parking:

  • As you come down the hill from Juanita Dr, stay to the left to enter the campus.
  • Continue straight past the first (large) parking lot on your left; park just after that in any of the parking spots on either side.  
  • Enter the main entrance to the building (with columns facing the parking lot), and follow signs to the Chapel on the right side of the building.

 

 

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