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Welcome to the Palm Valley Christian Life Center & Sanctuary

Upon entry, guests are treated to a view of an expansive, beautiful facility that offers a feeling of warmth and southern hospitality. 

This spacious facility allows great flexibility for a variety of functions.

The rambling grounds allow abundant, convenient parking for your needs; and with several building entrances, permits flexible access. 

This is an accommodating setting, midway between Austin and Georgetown, near the Dell Diamond in Round Rock.  Come see us to discuss your plans for your next event !
For information on availability and pricing for members and non-members please contact us.

Phone: 512-255-3322
Fax: 512-388-2389

Our location:
 2500 East Palm Valley Blvd.
Round Rock, TX 78665

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The commercial kitchen is equipped with a stove, refrigerator, sinks and counters.

It has easy access for catering and is available to you, if you choose.  A large capacity commercial ice maker is included. 

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    With over 15,000 square feet of space available for your use, the Center can easily accommodate your next banquet, concert, reception, recital, seminar or class. 


A professional sound system (with technician) is available for an additional fee.

Gigantic floor to ceiling windows invite the outside in for a warm, pleasing atmosphere. The vast reception area allows ample space for pre-event gatherings or registrations. 
Comfortable cushioned seating can be arranged in either banquet or auditorium style setting for up to 500 guests.

Provide us a diagram and our crew will set-up, arrange and take-down chairs and/or tables to your specifications.

Registered with the Texas Historic Society, Palm Valley Lutheran Church is identified in the community by its 120 foot tall steeple, topped by an iron cross, which can be seen for miles around.

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Our Sanctuary:

This gothic style sanctuary is adorned with twelve beautiful leaded stained glass windows.  The interior wainscoting and vaulted beaded ceiling have been preserved, and the original altar, altar rail, baptismal font, and lectern remain in active use today.