Today’s conveniences with yesterday’s charm.

Little Joe’s Chapel and Enrichment Center is a quaint facility located on the beautiful headquarters of Children’s Hope Alliance in Statesville, NC. Little Joe’s serves as a statewide resource and gathering place for parenting education and as a training facility for Children’s Hope Alliance. It is also available for community gatherings such as public meetings, weddings, or other events.

Accommodations:

Little Joe’s contains a large meeting room with a seating capacity of over 200 people. The vaulted ceilings, wooden beams and elegant chandeliers create a quaint yet majestic atmosphere. The facility contains over 3,400 square feet of meeting space. For smaller accommodations, the large meeting room can be broken down into three separate rooms.

Your business, church or civic organization, will enjoy:

  • Ample parking
  • Close proximity to I-77
  • Spacious catering kitchen
  • Table and chair set up
  • Spacious bathrooms
  • Elegant entry
  • Large courtyard

Little Joe’s Rules-Guidelines
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Facility Rates:

Please call the Administration Office at 704-872-4157 or use our contact form for reservation inquiries.  All prices are per hour with a 2-hour minimum. Non-profit groups receive a 33% discount. If you book 8 or more hours, you receive 2 hours free. Items in rental rate include a custom set-up with table and chairs.  Note:  Reservations are not confirmed until we have received your reservation form, the security deposit, and at least 1/2 of the total rent as stated in our rules & guidelines.

 Rooms(s)  Size Square Footage   Fee
 Center Room  32×57  1,824  $75/hour
 East Room  24×34  816  $50/hour
 West Room  24×34  816  $50/hour
 All Three Rooms  3,456  $150/hour
 Catering Kitchen  $125

History:

Little Joe’s is named after the original Little Joe’s Church which was built in 1906. The church was named in honor of Joe Gilland, known at the Home as Little Joe. Little Joe was a frail, but warm-hearted young boy, who died at age nine. Among his personal possessions was found a small coin purse containing 45 cents and a note saying the money was for a church. During his lifetime, Little Joe had often talked about building a church on campus, so the children would not have to walk into a nearby town to attend worship services. When Little Joe’s story became known, donations from all over North Carolina poured in and later, in 1906, his dream and Little Joe’s Church became a reality. Today, we celebrate this historic building with a new facility that mimics the original design and is located on the very spot where it once stood.