Lettings of Church Hall and Facilities
THE CHURCH IS AVAILABLE FOR LETTINGS, MEETINGS, EXHIBITIONS AND CONCERTS
There is seating for up to 330 people for theatrical performances and concerts. Large meetings, conferences and exhibitions can also be held here.
The Church has been refurbished with timber under-floor heating, and has provision for some theatre lighting and has comfortable, flexible seating. The apse has been extended to provide a large stage area. The public address system is designed to complement excellent acoustics and a loop hearing circuit is available.
The fine Henry Willis organ has been rebuilt and is available for use, as is a wonderful Kawai Shigaru piano.
The Hall will seat up to 100 people, and there is a second floor room which will seat 20-25 people depending on type of use. These rooms provide good facilities for tutorials, teaching, examinations, meetings, exhibitions, et cetera.
There is also a fully equipped kitchen.
We would welcome the opportunity to show you the building and facilities available. The church is open Tuesday to Friday when our Fair Shares Café operates, or you might call when the office is staffed - Monday to Friday 9am to 12noon.
Call the office and speak to Anne on 01223 351174 or email firstname.lastname@example.org about your letting.
Cherry Hinton Road
Cherry Hinton Road United Reformed Church is situated on the corner of Cherry Hinton Road and Hartington Grove, Cambridge, CB1 7AJ, and is being sold to the Greek Orthodox Community. For enquires contact email@example.com
Castle End Mission
Castle End Mission enjoys strong connections with the nearby congregation of Castle Street Methodist Church (www.castlestreet.org.uk), with whom we share our evening services. We are situated at 5, Pound Hill, Cambridge. CB3 0AE
Castle End Mission
Castle End Mission is a small independent congregation linked to Emmanuel United Reformed Church in Trumpington Street. The link dates back to 1910 when an Associate Minister of Emmanuel Congregational Church was appointed with special responsibility for Castle End Mission.
The Mission began as a centre for the education of working men, many of whom could not read or write, in the impoverished Castle area of Cambridge.
The first meeting took place in 1879 and the driving force in its early development was the redoubtable Mrs Whibley. It was initially called the Castle End Men's Morning School.
The present building was opened in 1884 as the Castle End Mission and Working Men's Institute. It has always been a centre of community activity in this area of Cambridge and continues to provide facilities for a large number of community groups.
If you would like to book the rooms at Castle End Mission, please call Maureen Kendall on +44 (0) 1223 500593