A harmonious blend of forest woodland and Organic Modern architecture offers a welcoming environment for you and your guests.

The outdoor area offers an exquisite natural landscape to complement the indoor amenities. There is a brick seating area as well as a metal gazebo frame from which flowers and garlands can be hung.

Inside the Organic Modern building you’ll find clean design and subtle, earth-tone colors—perfect for showcasing the theme of your event.

The largest room in the building serves as a sanctuary, ballroom, or dining area. Its south wall, made completely of glass, opens to a wooden deck and the brick seating area.

Seating for 100 is modifiable. Banquet tables and padded chairs can be arranged as you like for smaller or larger events.

Adjacent to the sanctuary is a gathering room wih couches, a fireplace, and round tables with comfortable seating. Total seating for this room is up to 20 people. A wall of sliding doors allows this room to be joined with the sanctuary.

A full kitchen is available, featuring commercial-grade stove, refrigerator/freezer, dish-washer. In addition, it offers a microwave, pots/pans, dishes, cups, flatware, utensils and serving trays.

The building has multiple bathrooms, including one fully accessible one, and private areas for dressing and storing items.

Ample parking is available. All public spaces are handicapped accessible, and the building has  no stairs.

A Place of Special Celebrations:

  • Wedding Ceremonies and Receptions
  • LGBT Welcoming
  • Renewal of Vows
  • Memorial Services
  • Showers
  • Baby naming ceremonies
  • Anniversaries
  • Graduations & Retirements
  • Birthday Parties
  • Coming of age ceremonies
  • Family reunions
  • Concerts
  • Victory celebrations

For details and to see a copy of the rental contract, email churchadmin@uuccpf.org or call (708) 481-5339.

Everyone present was so at home in your beautiful building. I could not imagine a more perfect setting for our event.  — Joan

My parents were celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary and we wanted my daughter (who is a Christian minister) to officiate the ceremony. My parents are Catholic and their church frowned on a service not officiated by a Catholic priest so we chose to have the ceremony at the Unitarian Universalist church in Park Forest. They accommodated us perfectly. It was an incredible blessing to see my parents renew their vows as my daughter officiated a ceremony we put together for them on our own. The musical director, Chris Ussery, played several songs on the piano that were my mother’s favorites and we displayed a slide show of their 60 years of being together. The back ground of the wooded area that surrounds the church was stunning. It could not have been more perfect!! –Diane