OverviewSanctuaryParish HallKitchenFireside RoomWicker RoomStageNave CircleOther Spaces
The Neighborhood Center at All Saints Episcopal Church provides inviting,Jeff and Joy's 25th Celebration-70 attractive space and enthusiastic hospitality for the community to meet and socialize every day of the week. We’re thrilled to be the site for civic meetings, 12-step programs, music and dance classes for adults and children, health and wellness programs, fun family entertainment and much. We even worship here on Sundays!

Located in the Broadmoor community next to Roosevelt Elementary School, The Neighborhood Center has become a popular, open and inviting place for a variety of organizations and individuals whose goals are in keeping with our ministry and mission. We support our building “partners” through an online calendar and onsite publicity.

Every room in our facility is accessible to disabled persons, and all entrances and bathroom facilities are ADA compliant.

For information about the various spaces, use the tabs above. We’ve also produced a full color, printable PDF with room details, guidelines, fees, and application. Guidelines, fees, and application are also available separately.

The Sanctuary at All Saints is a Great Place for a Concert!Our sanctuary, a beautiful example of Carpenter Gothic Architecture, seats up to 150 persons comfortably. This richly lit and airy worship space is also highly suitable for musical concerts, recitals, and shows, as well as large group assemblies, weddings and memorial services. Its excellent natural acoustics are enhanced by a built-in audio system.

The sanctuary has been used successfully by Golden Bough Celtic Music group, Bracebridge Theater Troupe and many others.

Jeff and Joy's 25th Celebration-67Our Parish Hall can accommodate up to 100 persons at a sit-down dinner and up to 150 persons for a reception. Large and small tables, chairs, a portable sound system and a Roland electric piano are available. This is truly a multi-use space, hosting Toastmasters meetings, Rotary Club Christmas parties, dance and exercise classes, wedding and anniversary celebrations, and more.
PHoto of the Kitchen at All SaintsDirectly adjacent to the Parish Hall is a fully equipped kitchen with 6-burner stove, dual ovens, grill and abundant cookware.

The kitchen is used for everything from preparing food for a dinner or reception to preparing sandwiches to distribute to homeless persons through outreach programs.Screen shot 2015-08-08 at 3.40.00 PM

Fireside Room_0470If your need is for a meeting place, or you would like to host a party, the Fireside Room may be the right venue for you. It features abundant light, carpeting, and moveable furniture (comfortable couches and easy chairs as well as folding chairs.)It is accessible from outdoors without entering other parts of the building. This space is regularly used for Recovery Group meetings, early childhood music classes, and gatherings of up to 50 persons.
Hebrew Class

Hebrew Class

Additional meeting space for a group of up to 10 persons is available in the Wicker Room, accessed from the parking lot entrance to the building.

Knitting Circle in the Wicker Room at All Saints

Knitting Circle

Screen shot 2015-08-08 at 3.39.44 PMA raised Stage Area at the side of the Parish Hall facilitates informal entertainment at your event, and this area is adjacent to the back of the sanctuary for use as an entry area for performance events in the Sanctuary.
Screen shot 2015-08-08 at 3.41.18 PMAt the back of the Sanctuary is a round table and easy chairs, also known as the Nave Circle, which sits up to 12 persons. It is an ideal space for a small gathering when a peaceful aura is desired.Screen shot 2015-08-08 at 3.41.06 PM
Other Spaces and Parking

Outside the main entrance is a large deck suitable for outdoor receptions and indoor/outdoor events. Our small parking lot includes space for one handicapped vehicle. Street parking is usually readily available, since we are in a residential neighborhood.
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