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Set on a scenic 82-acre campus, the buildings of St. Joseph’s Villa are known for artfully handcrafted details unlike any other in Richmond. Our chapel, gymnasium, and outdoor spaces are available to rent year-round with proceeds benefiting our mission. Contact us to see how the Villa can serve as the venue for your next event!

We hold weddings, sports practices and tournaments, the annual CASA Superhero 5K, educational seminars and trainings, and much more.

Chapel

Our charming Romanesque chapel was built in the 1930’s and has hosted weddings large and small. With arched stained glass windows, decorative wall sconces and reserved beauty, it requires little decoration.

Chapel exterior

Chapel interior

Amenities

  • 81-foot bell tower with working bell that can be incorporated into wedding ceremonies
  • Seating for 275
  • Accessible
  • Dressing room
  • Plenty of parking
  • Welcoming of various faiths

Contact Beth Harper at 804-553-3215 or email for more information.

Gymnasium

The recently renovated Villa gymnasium features a unique retro look with modern upgrades.

Gym exterior

Gym interior

Amenities

  • Electronic scoreboard and buzzer
  • High ceiling
  • Seating along both sides of the gym floor
  • Electric outlets available
  • Floor covering available
  • Parking in adjacent lot

Contact Roxanne Priest at 804-553-3358 or email for more information.

Athletic Fields

The campus perimeter is lined with spacious fields that can be used for virtually any sporting or outdoor event.

Please contact Roxanne Priest at 804-553-3358 or email for more information.

St. Joseph’s Villa is conveniently located off I-95 at Parham Road. Click here for directions.

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