Prescott Wedding Chapel no longer Church on the Street; Renovations preserve beauty of 1883 structure

Renovation is nearly completed in the Prescott Wedding Chapel building. Photo: Sue Tone/The Daily Courier

By Sue Tone | The Daily Courier

The renovation has taken a year, and the transformation is amazing. The dilapidated historic buildings on the corner of Carleton and Cortez streets, once known as Church on the Street and utilized as a homeless shelter, is now the Prescott Wedding Chapel and Event Center.

Owner Connie Cantelme renovated the three buildings at 105 W. Carleton to accommodate a trend toward small weddings and for other events such as renewal of vows, baptisms, or family gatherings.

She watched for years how this “important piece of Prescott history” became so run down that it turned into a hazardous place to live.


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