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Designed by innovative and award-winning architect, David Hotson,
Hall of Lights is a harmonious blend of traditional and modern elements.
Where old and New WorlDS cOME Together?
A place to create memorable experiences through stylish and joyful celebrations.
Hall of Lights
Choose to hold your cocktail reception on the covered outdoor patio. Indoors in the designated pre-function area. Or both!
The patio wraps around both floor-to-ceiling glass walls of the space to comfortably accommodate large guest counts. And to ensure there is an opportunity for a grand reveal, translucent curtains have been installed to conceal the event space before guests are invited inside.
Indoors, you'll find similar mosaic motifs to the church's facade interwoven in the carpet - as well as in the striking and grand doors that lead into the event hall.
Outdoor patio & Indoor Foyer
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Aptly named for its 16 ft floor-to-ceiling windows and stunning light fixtures, you and your guests will celebrate under a ceiling full of stars.
With its rectangular orientation, neutral color palette and decorative frieze, you can easily customize the space to match your vision. And at 5500 sq ft, you and your 300 guests will comfortably fit in almost any configuration you can devise.
With the attached commercial kitchen, you and your guests will enjoy a dining experience the way it's intended: Fresh, at the correct temperature, and beautifully presented.
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“We love the contemporary concrete, cool tones, and airy feel. For the sake of ease, I wanted to have both our ceremony and reception in the same location and eliminate the need for travel between sites. One of the things that I loved about Hall of Lights is that it had plenty of space for both our tented ceremony and seated reception.”
Based on a replica of a 7th century Armenian church, St. Sarkis is the epitome of old and new worlds coming together as one. With its impressive combination of thematic ideals and decor, it is both strikingly current and timeless.
Perhaps its most striking feature, though, is its exterior facade.
Stand far enough back from the entrance of the church, and you'll notice the design of a large cross. Move a bit closer, and you'll see various biblical motifs. Finally, make your way towards the entrance, and you'll discern the 1.5 million individual iconographic symbols that commemorate Armenian history and culture.
St. Sarkis Church
Hold your ceremony in front of the church's exterior, the Plaza of Angels, and use its artistic facade as your backdrop. Or choose the outdoor Magnolia Amphitheater that accommodates 300 guests.
In case of inclement weather, all outdoor spaces may be tented.*
*Contact us for additional information regarding weather backups.
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Available by consent for certain denominations, St. Sarkis accommodates wedding ceremonies up to 400 guests held Monday-Saturday.
Since we only book one event per day, you get to choose the start time of your wedding ceremony. And from there, you can schedule the remainder of your day however you see fit.
Since 2009, under the direction of owner Chris Brazzle and executive chef Brian Litolff, Blue Fire, Hall of Light’s exclusive caterer, has been considered one of the most innovative caterers in Dallas/Ft. Worth.
With 33 years of restaurant and catering experience, Chef Brian and his team create flawless looking and tasting meals. Resulting in an experience that will astonish you and your guests.
An Extraordinary Culinary Experience
AN EXCEPTIONAL VENUE
"The food was excellent: exactly what we were expecting from the tasting. Everyone I talked to enjoyed the dinner and frequently commented it was far and above the best 'wedding food' they'd had."