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Danforth and All Faiths Chapels

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Danforth Chapel features charming Gothic-style architecture with colorful stained glass windows imported from Czechoslovakia, England, France, Germany and Italy. While Danforth holds a crowd of 65, All Faiths Chapel seats nearly 500 visitors. All Faiths also features a 40-rank pipe organ.

Building offices

  • All Faiths/Danforth Chapel Reservations, 532-1712

History

Danforth Chapel was built in 1949 with funds donated by Mr. and Mrs. William Danforth. It was dedicated to Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower to honor K-State war casualties, and is a popular venue for weddings. All Faiths Chapel was dedicated in 1956 to the memory of K-State family members who lost their lives serving in World War II and the Korean War. The 40-rank pipe organ in All Faiths Chapel was installed in 1961.