The Chapel at EdenHill Communities is the heart of this campus - a holy place to gather for worship, prayer, praise, and life celebrations. It is also a sanctuary of solace and comfort in times of trial. Always open to residents, their families, staff and visitors, it is a symbol of love and welcome to all who enter. In 2001, over 600 individuals from the New Braunfels community, residents and staff members of EdenHill, corporations and foundations, came forward to donate time and money to build the chapel you see today. The Chancel furniture was designed and built by New Braunfels’ resident and craftsman, Gunther Havekost. The stained glass windows were designed and created by Cavalini Co., Inc., in San Antonio. Always mindful of EdenHill’s history, the original six stained glass windows of the chapel in San Antonio were restored to their original condition and framed on the walls at the entrance to the chapel. The original antique reed organ, circa 1908, also made the move from San Antonio to New Braunfels, was restored, and is now a beautiful fixture of the chapel. It is the perfect finishing touch in a faith-based community, and residents can hear it being played in the chapel every week. The chapel has a rich history and dedicated congregation. If you haven’t attended a service or an event here, we encourage you to visit.