St Paul’s Parish Hall
Information and Community Use
Our parish hall can hold approximately 80 people when seated (as for a dinner), and 120 people when standing (as for a light reception). Directly off the parish hall, there is a full kitchen, accessible washroom, nursery & breastfeeding area, and the Doucette Room (a small room housing our library and fireplace).
Our hall is a vital part of our church life, and provides welcoming space for church and community activities. Tai Chi, Pilates, and Yoga classes have all taken place in our hall. VON Foot Care Clinic, Weight Watchers, Alcoholics Anonymous, and Northumberland Child Development Centre are just a few of the community groups who currently use our facility. The hall is often used for smaller events too, such as family Christmas parties or scrapbooking nights.
We consider the use of our hall as part of our service to the community; as such, there is currently no set rental fee; however a freewill donation to offset expenses is appreciated. You will also need to sign our facility use agreement and provide proof of insurance, or purchase insurance through the church. We reserve the right to refuse hall use, particularly for groups and events which are not in keeping with the beliefs and mandates of St. Paul’s Anglican Church.
To learn more, or arrange use, please contact us.
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