It's been 10 years since the Osborne Chapel opened on the Baker University campus in Baldwin. The chapel was brought over from its original site in England as a shipment of stones and rebuilt on campus. The chapel has been the site of many weddings and other special events.
Brandy Webber and her husband Greg are recognized for being the first couple to marry in the Osborne Chapel at Baker University, on August, 10, 1996. Several couples who were married in the chapel were guests Tuesday at a celebration of the 10 years the chapel has been at Baker.
Becky and Don McMican visit the Osborne Chapel on the Baker University campus after a ceremony celebrating the ten years of the chapel at Baker. The McMican's were married in the Osborne Chapel Aug. 7, 2004 and Don worked as the project manager for the construction of the chapel.
The Reverend Scott Jones, Bishop of Kansas Area for the United Methodist Church, speaks during a renewal ceremony in celebration of the ten years the Osborne Chapel has been on the Baker University campus in Baldwin.
At center, Vera Moore, Grantham, England, greets Henry Stockwell, Killarney, Manitoba, Canada, right, at the conclusion of a renewal ceremony in celebration of the ten years the Osborne Chapel has been on the Baker University campus in Baldwin. Moore attended the English chapel before it was brought to Baker University. Stockwell's relative, Annie Stockwell, from England, who is the oldest living member of the congregation, could not attend Tuesday's service because of an illness. At left is Mary Copley, also from Grantham, England.