St. Paul’s

St. Paul’s Church

St. Paul’s Church sits on a sloping grass bluff overlooking the waters of Port Gamble Bay. The church, built in 1879, is modeled after a church in the Maine hometown of Port Gamble’s founders. The meticulously restored church boasts 8 cathedral stained glass windows, original pews and a domed altar area. One of the most photographed buildings in the area, the picturesque church steeple houses the original church bell, and wedding couples thrill to the sound of the church bell ringing as they are pronounced Husband and Wife. The recently remodeled downstairs reception or dressing area leads outdoors to a waterfront tented terrace, perfect for receptions and gatherings of up to 150 guests.

Venue Details

  • Built in 1879
  • Accommodates up to 150
  • Adjacent 1200 sq foot tented terrace that seats up to 100 guests at tables
  • Provides spectacular waterfront views of Port Gamble Bay
  • Working bell tower
  • Bridal dressing area on site
  • Piano and sound system available on site
  • Tables and chairs are included
  • Unlimited parking
  • Conveniently located off of Highway 104, just ten minutes from the Kingston ferry dock 31899 State Highway 104 NE, Port Gamble, WA 98364


St. Paul’s Church   2013-2014
(January – December)
Ceremony only: 3 hours $750
Ceremony only: 6 hours $1500
Ceremony & Reception: 6 hours $2000
Hood Canal Vista Pavilion
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
All Day (9-10) $3200
Weekdays (Monday through Thursday)
All Day (9-10) $2000
Combination Packages
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Church 3 Hours, Pavilion All Day $3800
Church 6 Hours, Pavilion All Day $4200
Weekday (Monday through Thursday) 
Except Holidays
Church 3 hours, Pavilion All Day $2000
 Off- Season Specials
 (November – April)
 Church 6 hours  $1500
 Church 3 hours, Pavilion All Day  $2000


Availability for St. Paul’s Church

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