There are four useful facilities for hire within the church estate. They are the Unitarian Hall, the Common Room, the Church and a lightly equipped kitchen.
These are suitable for a wide range of activities, and are conveniently located in the centre of Cambridge adjacent to Drummer Street bus station.
All areas have disabled access. A fully accessible toilet with baby-changing facilities is available
Parking is not available.
Wifi is currently only available (on request) in the Common Room and Hall.
For rates and bookings please contact:
Sue Tombs (Lettings Manager) at the Contacts tab above or telephone 01223 967483
Room rates vary according to use. Registered charities will receive discounted rates.
Seating capacity: 60-70
Memorably, in 1931, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (1869–1948) visited the church to speak to the Indian Community Association in the hall. Click HERE to read the newspaper accounts.
Equipment: raised dias/stage, 8 trestle tables each seating eight people, 6 tables each seating four people, 79 solid plastic chairs, Bechstein upright piano, induction loop.
Seating capacity: 20
Prior uses: AA meetings, discussion groups, political meetings, story-tellings, children’s activities, small dinner parties, committee meetings, private music lessons.
Equipment: as per the hall.
Seating capacity: 90
Prior uses: religious services, meditation, lectures, concerts, recitals, music rehearsals, inter-faith and ecumenical gatherings, Holocaust Memorial Day events.
Equipment: 90 chairs, Steinway upright piano, organ, light voice amplification (including induction loop).
The kitchen is set up for the service of tea, coffee, drinks and meals for up to 60-70 people. It is lightly equipped with crockery, cutlery, glasses, etc. There is a double-oven domestic cooker, a small fridge, a microwave