The Church has been refurbished with timber under-floor heating, and has provision for some theatre lighting and has comfortable, flexible seating. There is seating for up to 330 people for theatrical performances and concerts. Large meetings, conferences and exhibitions can also be held here.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.
The Tyndale Room is on the second floor; and has an inspiring view from the windows and a ‘period’ feel with its beams and trefoil windows. Its location at the top of the building makes it secluded and peaceful. It is ideal for many different purposes – a meeting around a table; a group seated in a circle; a presentation with chairs in rows and so on. It will accommodate around 20-25 people depending on the layout. Please note that unfortunately there is no disabled access to the Tyndale Room.
The Garden Room is a very attractive space, adjacent to the main church. It is the ideal setting for meetings and gatherings of around 25 people, or fewer; and can be set up in a variety of ways. It is easily accessible and there are adjacent toilet facilities, including a disabled toilet and baby changing area. It has underfloor heating and gets plenty of natural daylight.