Claggett Center offers a variety of unique and beautiful spots for worship, reflection, and connection.
St. Andrew's Chapel
This traditional space seats up to 100 guests. Its superior acoutstics make it an ideal choice for prayer and worship services.
Thomas Beckett Chapel
Marvel at the beauty of this 22-seat chapel, which was converted from a 100+ year old grain silo.
Our largest indoor meeting space seats 200 and has been consecrated for religious use. If you prefer an outdoor venue, the adjacent pergola can accommodate smaller groups.
This stone deck and altar sit amidst a breathtaking backdrop for sunrise services.
Located behind Monocacy Hall, the labyrinth looks upon Sugarloaf Mountain and the countryside. A lovely location for a spiritual pilgimage experience without leaving the Claggett Center grounds.
Hasselbach Family Cemetary: Slave Gravesite Buried in a tiny 19th century cemetery, cradled in the valley at the Claggett Center, are the remains of members of the Hasselbach family along with at least two people of African descent who were enslaved. To learn more about the gravesite, visit On the Trail of Souls.