GREEN BAY - A Green Bay chapel celebrated more than a century of marriages with "renewed" love on Sunday.
The Bridal Church is one of the oldest churches in Green Bay.
On Sunday couples who got married there were given the chance to renew their vows…for free.
The church has been restored to keep its historic value. Owner Donna Streckenbach says she's married about 3,000 couples since the 1980's.
"I have such joy each and everyday and I see that on everybody's face, its just, I'm blessed to be able to have something like this for people," said Streckenbach.
Couples who did renew their vows said they were grateful for the chance to relive their wedding day.
"It's kind of nice and unique to be able to do it back to where you started from, having the kids follow us in our footsteps is kind of like maybe its something they can do down the line too, so it's hopefully we're setting a tradition," said Mary Zeutrius.
Among the husbands who renewed their vows was Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach. He is also the owner's son.
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