Four Venue Sites at One Location

The Grand Hall

  THE GRAND HALL is a beautifully decorated facility. It was designed and built at the inception of NaKayshions in 2007. This stunning facility was built with individuals in mind who desired a setting attentive to details, adorned with chandeliers, wall draping, stained glass, a raised stage, disco ball a wooden dance floor and much more. The facility has been the chosen site for many weddings, receptions, award banquets, meetings, dinners, conferences, birthday parties, and more. The Grand Hall can seat up to 300 guests and is awaiting your visit.


The Terrace

  THE TERRACE boasts a beautiful Lakeview, suited for a small intimate wedding or gathering taking on the characteristic of a destination wedding on an island. This charming pavilion is naturally elevated, surrounded by lighted trees, fountains and garden fixtures. The Terrace setting comfortably seats up to 100 guests and is awaiting your visit.


The Garden Gazebo

THE GARDEN GAZEBO is a breathtaking outdoor garden site that overlooks a beautiful tranquil lake. Within a few months of its construction, it had gained wide-spread popularity. The lovely Garden Gazebo at the Lakeside is surrounded by thick trees, seasonal flowers and knocks out a rose which lines the borders of three walking aisles. The Garden Gazebo is the perfect place for a Cinderella Wedding, Mother and Daughter Teas, Fashion Shows, Reunions, and Garden Parties. There is an adorable pavilion area for participants to gather, a disc jockey table, and a bridge for a sand ceremony or for singers to perform. The Garden Gazebo can comfortably seat up to 300 guests.


The Historic Chapel

THE HISTORIC CHAPEL was originally constructed in 1890 and beautifully restored in 2007. The owners at NaKayshions made it their mission to save the 18th century church from demolition and relocated it from Coit Rd. in North Dallas to Cedar Hill, Texas. This quaint church has family ties, founded by Mr. Samuel Jackson's great grandfather, Mr. Moses Jackson and six other freed slaves. Television stations and local newspapers captured the historic move followed by many written articles such as "Dallas Woman (Mrs. Nancy Jackson) Finds Purpose." With its extensive history and significance to the Cedar Hill community, this historic chapel has hosted countless memorable gatherings, selected as a film location site by former Governor Rick Perry of Texas, and serves start-up ministries. The chapel has 16 pews, a stage, podium, and a large bell. Seating capacity is 100.