Since 1884 Canby Pioneer Chapel has proudly shared a very strong heritage and history in the city of Canby Oregon. This grand structure, located on the corner of NW Third and Elm Street, was built in 1884 by the First Methodist Episcopal Church, making it one of the grandest and oldest structures in the state of Oregon. This lovely white-frame building augmented by a steep 40-foot bell tower, in classic Gothic Revival Style, was originally located one block South on Second and Elm Street.
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Since 2005, owner Marilyn Nash has been bringing her vision for this neighborhood gem to life. In 2015, with the help of world-renowned musician, Michael Allen Harrison, she turned the historical space into a treasured music venue. It has been the site for some of the finest musical entertainment in the Northwest.
With a passion for health and wellness, we look forward to bringing new, enriching events to the community in 2020. Pioneer Chapel is proud to have partnered with NAMI Clackamas, a grassroots organization by and for people impacted by mental illness. A portion of all net proceeds will go to this cause.
We invite you to enjoy our charming corner of the world through our concerts, wellness lectures, teas, and dinner parties - there is something for everyone at Pioneer Chapel. We hope to see you soon!