The Sea Ranch Chapel

Open daily to the public, 365 days a year from sunrise to sunset.

  • The Sea Ranch Chapel by Craig Tooley Photo
  • The interior of The Sea Ranch Chapel by Craig Tooley Photo 2
  • The Sea Ranch Chapel by Craig Tooley Photo 3
  • The Sea Ranch Chapel by Craig Tooley Photo
  • The interior of The Sea Ranch Chapel by Craig Tooley Photo 2
  • The Sea Ranch Chapel by Craig Tooley Photo 3

Location

40033 Highway 1
The Sea Ranch CA, 95497

Contact

Local: 707-785-2444

Email: [email protected]

  • Description
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  • Open daily to the public, 365 days a year from sunrise to sunset. The grounds surrounding the chapel as well as the structure itself were the gifts of Sea Ranch residents, Robert and Betty Buffum. Upon completion in December of 1985, the chapel was dedicated in memory of Kirk Ditzler, a navy aviator, zoologist, and artist. The Sea Ranch Chapel Foundation was implemented for the continued maintenance and care of the chapel and grounds. Pat and Lyle Ditzler, long time Sea Ranch residents and dear friends of the Buffums were intimately involved in the joyous design of the chapel. James Hubbell, artist and architectural designer is the creative genius who combined local natural materials with gifted local contractors, craftsmen and artisans. The chapel is protected by a carefully designed native habitat that is the product of several talented landscape planners. It is maintained by guardian volunteers of the chapel.
    • Sea Ranch Chapel

      A lovely spot with a lovely history. The chapel is set back from the highway at the edge of the forest andserves to highlight the open meadow between the highway and the forest.

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    • A beautiful chapel

      Another beautiful creation by James Hubbell. Have seen many of his art pieces, sculptures and exotic and beautiful homes. This cute small chapel does not disappoint and work the stop. A peaceful...

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    • A unique gem

      This wonderful chapel is unique and beautiful. A lovely spot to visit for quiet contemplation or prayer or simply for appreciation of interesting architecture and stained glass. You should not miss...

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