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Rent Old St. Andrews for your next event

Rent Old St. Andrews for Your Next Event

Old St Andrews WeddingThis magnificent 1888 deconsecrated Gothic Revival church, headquarters of the Jacksonville Historical Society, is a wonderful site for a wedding, party or program. Located at 317 A. Philip Randolph Boulevard across from the Veterans Memorial Arena, and in the heart of Jacksonville’s Sports and Entertainment District, Old St. Andrews is ideally situated. For detailed rental information, or to check availability, please contact:

Events Coordinator, Jade Stanley:                 

Phone: 904-878-8122

OR  Jacksonville Historical Society Office: 904-665-0064.

Please include your name, date of rental, guest size, event type, and phone number in your email.

Rental Information at a Glance


Wedding ceremony capacity:
up to 150 wedding guests
Reception capacity:
80 seated dinner style
Room can be cleared for a party or a seated dinner at additional costs

Special Features

Beautiful stained glass windows
Historic Gothic Architecture
Center Aisle
Superb natural acoustics for any musical ensemble–especially strings, brass or voice
Modern electronic sound system available
Lawn available for tented receptions
Handicap accessible
Modern restrooms

Conveniently Located

Located in Downtown Entertainment District, across from Veteran’s Memorial Arena
Easily accessible from all parts of the city

Included in Rental

100 elegant Gothic mahogany chairs
12 pews available
Tables available
Steinway Piano on site
Available side lawn expands event space

Printable Documents
Schedule your Rental Consultation with our Event Staff

Click here to use our online scheduling tool to book your rental consultation appointment for Old St. Andrews.

Brides love Old St. Andrews!

“We were thrilled to find an intimate setting for our 130-guest wedding . . . . Old St. Andrews not only has an amazing history, but the bones of it are just so GOOD . . . . Meghan was GREAT. Very straight-forward and friendly, and she surprised us with ringing the bells at the end of the ceremony.” ~Rebecca,

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