The church building is designed for both formal and informal use. It is a multi-purpose facility to reflect the congregation's orientation toward families and community involvement. If you would like more information about renting a room, contact the Administrator.
Chapman Hall, the sanctuary and main meeting room, can seat up to 200 people and an adjoining infant room permits parents with infants to hear and see the services while remaining with their children. There is a large, modern kitchen with easy access to the public areas.
The grand piano in Chapman Hall is a recently rebuilt 1981 seven–foot mahogany Mason & Hamlin. It was restored in 2002 by Edward McMorrow of Lighthammer Piano in Seattle, Washington and remains under his care. The rich bass and warm tones are heard most Sundays and during many other special events throughout the year. It is used in choral, solo, and chamber capacities and has proved itself a valuable addition to the EUUC musical tradition.
Our fully equipped, licensed, commercial kitchen will accommodate catering for up to 150 persons.
Eight classrooms provide space for the children's religious education programs on Sunday and are available as meeting rooms at other times. Folding doors between classrooms open to permit gatherings of 30 or more people. A toddler room has an adjoining bathroom and connects to an enclosed playground available only to small children.
A more formal meeting space, The Friarplace, is equipped with a sink, small refrigerator and conference tables. It can accommodate meetings of up to 20 people.