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Located in the heart of Westminster, the Grade II listed Church House offers 19 versatile rooms ranging from the large and impressive to the small and intimate. With beautiful oak panelling, raw stone and feature windows, the venue is a perfect blend of character and modern functionality. The stunning domed shaped Assembly Hall, their largest space, can seats up to 664 guests theatre style or 372 for a dinner. Church House offers state-of-the-art technology and an awards-winning events, catering and AV teams, which can comfortably meet all requirements in-house.

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Weddings at Church House Westminster

With a range of stunning and unique rooms, from the oak panelled Bishop Partridge Hall to the domed Assembly Hall, Church House offers an idyllic location in the heart of London for your wedding reception. Their in-house caterers and talented chef would be delighted to work closely with you to create your ideal wedding menu and you will be assigned a dedicated event co-ordinator who will assist you through every stage of your event.

Christmas at Church House Westminster

With gorgeous views of Westminster Abbey, Church House Grade II listed building offers a unique party venue. Whether you prefer a traditional setting with warm English oak panelling and domed ceilings, or a modern interior, there is a wide variety of event spaces to suit all tastes. Church House can accommodate between 50 and 350 guests for a seated dinner and up to 550 for a reception.

Rooms in the Church House Westminster

Westminster Room

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Bright and airy, the Westminster Room benefits from large leaded windows, natural light and stunning views of Westminster Abbey. This small room, situated on the ground floor next to the Abbey Room, is well suited for boardroom meetings, interviews and presentations or can be used as a breakout space for a larger event.

Bishops’ Robing Room

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Originally used by bishops as their robing room during General Synod, the Bishops’ Robing Room is adjacent to the Convocation Hall and makes an ideal breakout space and green room for guest speakers. It can also be used on its own for small discussion groups, meetings and interviews.

Charter Room

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Often used for smaller meetings, the Charter Room is located on the first floor and overlooks Dean’s Yard and Westminster Abbey. With its elegant style, it can be used for private meetings, intimate dinners and interview sessions or be hired as an additional space for larger conferences.

Jubilee Room

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One of Church House smaller spaces, the Jubilee Room is situated next to the popular Bishop Partridge Hall and can be used as an additional room for a larger event. With its stunning views of Dean’s Yard and Westminster Abbey, this intimate space can also suits intimate dinners, small discussion groups and organiser’s office.

Canterbury Room/ York Room

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Used by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York as their offices during General Synod, these two adjacent rooms are full of history and are well suited for private meetings, one-to-one discussions and interviews. They can also be used as breakout spaces or an organiser’s office for conferences and corporate events.

Ramsey, Temple Room & Coggan Rooms

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Located on the lower ground floor, these three small rooms are purpose built for meetings, training and workshops as each of them have their own projector and screen. They can be used individually or in conjunction with each other and have all been designed to be perfectly user friendly.

Sir Herbert Baker Room

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Named after the architect of the building, the Sir Herbert Baker Room is a flexible and elegant meeting space located on the ground floor. With its large leaded windows, it benefits from natural daylight and superb views of Westminster Abbey and Dean’s Yard. Sir Herbert Baker Room can be used with the adjacent Westminster and Abbey Rooms to create a suite of three rooms.

Assembly Hall

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Built in 1939 the stunning Grade II Assembly Hall was designed by world-renowned architect Sir Herbert Baker. Natural light streams through the 15 arched windows onto the gallery level, but can be darkened if required. The polished English oak panelling and emblems sit beneath the room’s architectural focal point – a striking 30-foot glass dome.

Abbey Room

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Located on the ground floor, the Abbey Room overlooks Dean’s Yard and Westminster Abbey. This versatile meeting room is adjacent to the Westminster and Herbert Baker Rooms and is well-suited to private corporate meetings, intimate dinners, atmospheric receptions and interview sessions.

College Room

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Located on the first floor, next to the Convocation Hall, the College Room is often used in conjunction with larger spaces. Its intimate size makes it a suitable green room for speakers or an organiser’s office. It can also accommodate small meetings.

Council Room

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Ideally situated within the heart of the College, the Council Room offers a prestigious space. With Ornate furnishings and décor, combined with an atmosphere rich in surgical history and tradition this rooms adds value to any event. The Council Room adjoins the Edward Lumley room, creating an ideal space for a breakout room. After dark the chamber really comes into its own, as a unique banqueting and reception venue.