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Hire our Church Hall

The Church Hall
to ask about renting the church hall for your group or activity or a children's party - call 07599 946 154

The St Paul's Bow Common Community Hall, also known as the Father Duncan Ross Hall, is available for use for a wide range of groups and activities.

The hall features a kitchenette with constant boiling water, a fridge, sink and plenty of cups etc.

The hall is fully accessible with ramps and two wheelchair accessible toilets.

A Dimplex heater keeps the hall warm.

Smoking is allowed in the private outside area.

Archbishop Rowan Williams re-names the Duncan Ross HallThe hall was recently renamed the Father Duncan Ross Hall in honour of the now-retired vicar who worked so tirelessly with the community in getting the hall refurbished. Pictured - Father Duncan with former Archbishop Rowan Williams, churchwardens Julian Bream and Sally Sigmund, November 2013.

See Photos of the hall's opening following refurbishment in 2011 

At present, these are the groups which use our church hall:

Our regular users of the church hall every weekday up to 1 pm are the 'Moving on Up' group of 'Blue Skies' a group for young adults with learning difficulties (part of the range of services offered by RCHL (Redbridge Community Housing Ltd.)

On Mondays 5 - 6pm, Zumba is provided by Leaders in Community.

On Tuesday evenings Cocaine Anonymous meets from 7.30 pm. Clicking on their name will open the website for Cocaine Anonymous.

On Sunday mornings the church of england congregation use the hall for Sunday School, Youth group and of couse cups of tea after the service.

On Sunday afternoons, fellow Christians in Forward in Faith Ministries International have also long worshipped in our church hall and they enhance our life with their spirited and Spirit-led praise and worship.

GrowTH Night Shelter using St Pauls Bow Common Community Hall

 The GrowTH Nightshelter use the hall overnight on Fridays through the Winter - offering a warm welcome and a bed for 15 guests.   Volunteers and Donations always welcome.   Heating has been paid for by the St Martins in the Fields Christmas Appeal 2013

Tower Hamlets Labour Party meet every two months.

 

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