Facility Use

Facility Use Policy

St. Francis Episcopal Church is a community of faith where we seek and serve all in the spirit of simplicity, with heartfelt compassion, and our faith is grounded in the God of hope. 


Our Facilities

St. Francis Church provides space for the various ministries and needs of our congregation. We also wish to meet the needs of both community and non-profit organizations, as we are able. If you, or your organization, is interested in using our facilities, please review the Use Agreement below.
Facility Use Agreement
Parish Hall Layout


Parish Hall

Our Parish Hall may accommodate 100 to 150 people depending on the use. It includes kitchen facilities and audio/visual equipment.



Some classroom space is available for small groups (up to 20 people).


St. Mike’s

St. Mike’s House, primarily used by our Youth Ministry, is set up to accommodate up to 25 people in a living-room-style area.


Church Nave

The Nave of the church can accommodate up to 250 people. Activities, such as sacred concerts, sacred art, and sacred programs may be held in the Nave. Those wishing to use this space must agree to the following guidelines to ensure our Holy space is respected and honored. The PA system may be used as is and under the direction of a staff person. Use of the organ or piano is approved by St. Francis’ Music Director. Under no circumstances may Sanctuary furniture or fixtures be moved unless approved in writing by the Rector. No secular decorations may be placed in this space.




Space is reserved on a first come basis. Deposit and completed Facility Use Agreement must be turned into the office to guarantee reservation. Space is typically not available on Saturdays or Sundays. Non-member individual parties are not allowed in any space. Our staff will assist in scheduling and arranging for space and equipment. Church events and activities take precedence over outside groups desiring use of the facility. And if there are needs to accommodate a funeral, we will happily cooperate with any group, who has made prior reservations, and try and reach an amicable solution. However, if necessary, St. Francis reserves the right to move, modify, or cancel any activity, including ones scheduled in advance, should the requirements of a funeral dictate this action.

The sale or serving of alcoholic beverages is prohibited unless approved by the Vestry. Smoking is not permitted in any part of our facilities.

Groups using the space are responsible for taking the trash to the dumpsters.

Room temperatures are set at 69 for heat and 75 for air conditioning, and will be adjusted accordingly to accommodate group size.


Special Equipment 

Audio/Visual equipment is available to those using our facilities. Staging, tables, chairs and kitchen/eating utensils are available as well. A staff person will assist you in set-up and use of these resources. Should damage occur during your use of these resources you will be expected to pay for the repair or replacement of the damaged equipment.



Key(s) may be obtained through the Parish Administrator and the Facilities Coordinator. The contact person for the event is responsible for securing the building and returning the key(s) immediately following the event.

Use Rates and Fee Rates are determined annually and are based on costs to maintain the facilities. Please contact Linda Allgood for specific facility quotes and payment information.


Set-up and take-down

St. Francis’ staff is responsible for set-up and take-down of all equipment and furniture, unless otherwise arranged. A sketch/diagram of the space area must be provided with the reservation and deposit. You are expected to leave the building as it was found.



Any organization using our facilities is asked to join with us in caring and protecting our children. We require those organizations using our facilities that include the presence of children to hire and use only persons who are church approved trained professionals in childcare. At least two adult childcare persons are to care and monitor children in our facility or on our playgrounds.


Users of our facilities may be asked prior to the event to furnish liability waiver or certificate of insurance in the amount of not less than $500,000 for each person injured or deceased, and property damage insurance not less than $500,000 for each occurrence on which St. Francis Episcopal Church shall be named as an additional insured, and/or reasonable bond or cash deposit.

Groups using the facility on a recurring basis shall procure a Certificate of General Liability Insurance with a minimum coverage of $1,000,000; St. Francis Episcopal Church shall be named as an additional insured. A certificate of insurance must be turned into the church office 14 days prior to the event or the start of regularly recurring activity.

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