University of Pittsburgh


Heinz Chapel Closed January, February, March, April and May 2015

The Chapel is closed as of January 5, 2015 and will re-open on May 31, 2015.  We will not be taking reservations for any events, including weddings, for the months that we are closed.

The climate control system is an important part of plans for the preservation of the building, its pipe organ, and woodwork.  Thank you for your understanding as we undertake this historic project.

If you have any questions please call our office.

Who may be married at Heinz Chapel?

University of Pittsburgh students, alumni, faculty, and staff in good standing with the University and members of their immediate families may reserve the chapel for their wedding ceremonies.

Employees of the H.J. Heinz Company, UPMC, as well as members of any University-related board and members of their immediate families also may be married in the chapel. Immediate family includes grandparents, parents, brothers, and sisters.

Reservations and Fees

The chapel office accepts reservations one year in advance, by the month. Fees include the use of the chapel for wedding and rehearsal, the organist, and two on-site coordinators. Learn More >


Our goals are to make the chapel as accessible as possible and to ensure the most positive and pleasantly memorable experience for everyone using the chapel. Our guidelines are based on past experience and are designed to protect the chapel structure and to ensure an equitable situation for all who schedule weddings at the chapel.


Vendor Resources

Heinz Chapel offers insight and accessibility to local vendors who are available to help with all of your wedding needs. Learn More >