The 120 seat chapel at Parish Patch was built by the owners to celebrate their daughter's wedding in 2004. It was their gift to her and thus bears her name. It is nestled in the trees on a hill as you drive into Parish Patch and overlooks the meadows and Tennessee hills.
Limestone from a Civil War era fence on the property was used for the exterior, giving the chapel a timeless connection with its natural surroundings. The interior is of natural wood planks with windows that look out onto the world. Benches were made by local craftsmen using aromatic cedar logs cut from the property.