About St. Luke's Guild Hall
St. Luke's has a parish hall (called Guild Hall) and full kitchen that is available for use by individuals and groups in the community. Although you can set up the room to meet your particular needs, the room is usually set with 10 round tables, with six chair fitting comfortably around them. There are also a number of long tables available for additional seating/serving, a seating area with couches and winged back chairs, and a small children's play area. There is also a full kitchen available for group use.
Guidelines for Using Guild Hall
- There are two thermostats in Guild Hall. Make sure that you turn both to the desired temperature when you arrive and turn them back down (55 degrees) before you leave.
- You are welcome to use plates, utensils, serving platters, etc. from the kitchen, but do wash, dry and put away everything you use.
- If you wish to make coffee, use the filtered water in the plastic water pitchers on the long work table in the kitchen. Wash out coffee pots and turn off machines before you leave.
- You are welcome to remove the church’s centerpieces on the tables and/or move tables and chairs around, but everything needs to be put back like you found it before you leave.
- Wipe down all tables that you used with soapy water. Clean towels and dish clothes can be found in the bottom cabinet between the refrigerators.
- Take out trash (door to outside trash cans in the kitchen).
- Children are welcome to play with the toys and games found in the children’s area. Please do not use any art or craft supplies without prior approval.
- If the floor needs swept after your event, you will find a broom (and other cleaning supplies) behind the curtain in the larger of the two bathrooms.
- The interior doors to the Guild Hall on the west wall may be opened, as needed, but please close them before you leave.
- Please lock all exterior doors and shut off all lights before you leave.
- If you were given a key, please leave it on the round table near the south door (facing 7th Street).