Church halls


St Michael’s Church Hall

St Michael’s Church Hall has available for hire two exceptionally large and light rooms. Used by a huge range of groups locally (from Karate to Craft Fairs, from Drama Groups to Drawing Classes), the facilities offered are very convenient and there is some on-site parking too. The Hall is situated on the corner of Banbury and Portland Roads.

For bookings of St Michael’s Church Hall please contact the Parish Administrator either by telephone (07745 130956) or by email to bookings@stmichaels-summertown.org.uk.


The URC Halls

There are two halls, one large and one small. These are situated at the rear of the United Reformed Church building and are available for booking. The large hall accommodates between 100 and 120 and is about the size of a badminton court. The small hall accommodates a maximum of 30 people. Both halls contain a piano. A kitchen is available for making tea and coffee and for reheating food, but is not suitable for cooking.

Bookings of these halls may be made by contacting the Lettings Secretary, Hannah Stammers, by e-mail at URC Lettings. Messages by e-mail may be left at any time.


St Peter’s Church Rooms

St Peter’s now has two church rooms behind the church. The second of these, known as ‘The Parish Room’ was completed in August 2011. The original building, now named the ‘Old School Room’, underwent a major internal reconfiguration and updating in 2010. It is used on a regular basis by St Peter’s Playgroup.

A brochure describing the facilities in these rooms and their availability for hiring may be seen at St Peters Rooms Brochure

The opening of the Church Rooms is shown below.

Bishop John opening St Peter's Rooms

The Bishop of Oxford unveiled a plaque and dedicated the St Peter’s Rooms on the morning of Sunday 11th September in front of a large crowd who enjoyed wine and canapes. He also put a Time Capsule into the wall of the new building, assisted by the children. In the afternoon the rooms were kept open for the community to come and view and enjoy tea and cakes.

The buildings were renewed and extended by St Peter’s Church for the benefit of the local community.


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