Rent our spaces

We are pleased to confirm that our facilities have been up and running for over 6 months now and we have had a variety of bookings. The facilities are available for use of the general public and we would be pleased to accept any booking enquiry either through our website here, by email to bookings@stmarysforall.co.uk or by phone to our reception on 01698 535770. Check out the details of our available spaces below

 

Room specifications and charges

All spaces can be hired individually. Costs are noted per session which are generally 3 hour blocks. The entire facilities can be hired at a cost of £150 per session. Individual hire costs are otherwise noted below. Charitable, voluntary and social support organisations are eligible for 50% reduction in the hire costs.
Wifi is available throughout the facilities.

Cedar Room & Copper Beech Cafe (aka The Gathering Space)
(Approx 6m x 11m – gathering space and 5m x 8m – cafe area)
This is an attractive open and flexible space with stained glass windows set into 2 of the walls.
The gathering space can be used either in small relaxed groups or theatre style.
The cafe area is an informal seating area with tables and chairs adjoining a fully equipped kitchen.
There is a PA and sound system available as required.

£60 per session

 

Almond Hall
(Approx 16m x 8m)
This large hall can accommodate 80-100 people and there are sufficient tables and chairs for such a number.
A sound system is available as required.

£50 per session. (£100 if hired with the Gathering Space and Cafe)

Acorn room – downstairs
(Approx 3m x 3m)
An intimate meeting room for up to 10 people.
The room is adjacent to the Gathering Space

£20 per session.

Sycamore meeting room – upstairs
(Approx 6m x 6.5m)
A sizeable meeting room suitable for formal meetings of up to 25 people in boardroom style or 30-40 theatre style.
The room contains data points and a large television for presentations

£30 per session.

Chestnut lounge – upstairs
(Approx 6m x 4.5m)
An informal lounge which can be used for meetings or as a breakout space when using other spaces for 12-15 people.
The room has a TV and multimedia players.

£20 per session.

 

 

Almost there…. And a bishops blessing

we were fortunate on Sunday that Bishop Gregor was able to give a blessing to the new development space when visiting to conduct some confirmations.

The building is not quite completed yet but we were able to be in the gathering space and it was a great opportunity to see how things are progressing.

we hope that the work shall be finished in the next few weeks and groups will be able to begin using the facilities from the start of November. If you are interested in using the facilities either on a regular basis or for a special one off event then please contact us on info@stmarysepiscopalhamilton.co.uk

We hope you enjoy some photos of the blessing and the beautifully restored stained glass windows in the gathering space

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It’s all coming together…

last night it was great to see so many people join us to hear about the progress of the project and the details of when and how they can start to use the space that we have been so patiently waiting for.

It also provided those present the opportunity to have a look around the development in its partially completed state and start to think about how the spaces can be used to serve the community. Very exciting times ahead.

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Our Easter Services

Easter is the most important season in the church calendar.

We have several services over the course of the weekend at St Mary’s.

Thurs 2nd April 9pm Maundy Thursday Vigil

Meditating on the Passion of Christ in John’s Gospel

Good Friday 10.am Proclamation of the Cross

Sat 4th April 7pm Easter Eve Vigil

Lighting the Paschal Candle, Renewing our Baptismal Promises

Sunday 5th April Easter Sunday

8.30am Holy Communion

10.00am EASTER DAY Sung Eucharist

Building development progress 

If you would like to see the progress of the building work please come to St. Mary’s
this Saturday morning from 10am – noon for group tours.

Can you tell what it is yet?

The building work continues to progress at a good pace with the new roof going in as well as walls to create the new spaces.

Check out the latest pictures below for an update on how things are going.

as the completion of stage 1 edges ever closer we are working on meeting our fundraising target for stage 2 of the development which includes our industrial kitchen fit out.

If you would like to help us towards our target please send any donation payable to ‘St Mary’s for All’ to St Mary’s Episcopal Church, Auchingramont Road, Hamilton ML3 6JT

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