Fees for Outside Groups
All applications for building usage must be cleared with the Pastor of Atonement. Special
circumstances relating to fees can be brought to the attention of the Pastor.
- $ 10 Administrative fee per reservation.
- $ 25 Deposit on entrance card and cleaning/damage deposit
(Non-refundable if cancelation terms are not met)
Lower Meeting Room:
- $ 17 per hour
- $ 33 up to four hours
- $ 61 up to eight hours
- $ 20 custodial fee per usage
- $ 28 per hour
- $ 55 up to four hours
- $110 up to eight hours
- $ 40 custodial fee per usage
$ 50-125 Kitchen Use
Coffee only: [Including disposable cups, packaged sugar/creamer]
$ 20 up to 30 people $ 30 over 30 people
Church Use Policy
It is the desire of Atonement to allow our Church to be used by community organizations and for the good of the community.
Certain rooms and areas of the Church are not available for outside usage except under unique
The Sanctuary is the place in the church set aside for worship by the congregation and community. Obviously, it has other possible uses, notably for musical concerts and presentations. As Church use often cannot be predicted or scheduled far in advance (funerals, weddings, special worship events, times for meditation and prayer), reservations for the Sanctuary typically are not received.
The Narthex, although a wonderful room for gatherings, musical events, receptions and the like, is not available for use because it is the entrance and a primary room for daily Church use.
The lower floor of the Church is handicapped-accessible and available for approved public use. There is a beautiful, large fellowship hall with available tables and chairs, a sound system, and an adjacent kitchen and rest rooms.
Additionally, there is a smaller meeting room by the rest rooms which can accommodate meetings, seminars and other gatherings.
The fellowship hall, kitchen, rest rooms and showers are available for retreat usage for groups. Groups coming for retreat must provide their own sleeping bags and pillows. The kitchen may be reserved for meal preparation. Showers are available for retreats, but no linens or towels are provided.
The Church has laundry facilities for church laundry purposes and is not available for outside groups or persons.
If you use the kitchen, the Church Kitchen Policy will be incorporated into the User Agreement
AFTER A CHURCH GROUP USES THE FELLOWSHIP HALL, CERTAIN RESPONSIBILITIES ARE NECESSARY TO READY THE AREA FOR THE NEXT GROUP USING THE FACILITIES. THIS IS ESPECIALLY NECESSARY FOLLOWING SUNDAY EVENTS SINCE WE RENT THE ROOM ON MONDAY AND OUR JANITOR DOES NOT COME IN TO CLEAN ON MONDAY.
- – Tables put in usual set up pattern including chairs set up as posted.
- – Tables wiped off.
- – Carpet vacuumed.
- Check for any spilled beverages on carpet…Cleanup bucket provided in Janitor’s Closet (see instruction listed on bucket).
- – Kitchen cleaned up and dirty towels draped over washing machine so wet towels do not get moldy.
- – Check out bathrooms to make sure toilets are flushed and the sinks look presentable.
- – Remove garbage and put in Green waste container located outside by shed… Recycle items should be emptied in Blue container located outside by shed.
- – Turn off bathroom lights.
- – Lock outside doors with L key. Follow instructions on door. Test door from outside to verify it is securely locked.
- – Turn off lights .
We hope you enjoy your function in our beautiful facility and hope you will use it again.
Church Kitchen Policy
All kitchen equipment, i.e.: Pots, pans, dishes, silverware, coffee makers, serving pieces, tableware, etc., are to remain in the church at all times and must be cleaned and returned to proper storage area after being used. Those in charge of an event will be responsible for keeping track of the equipment and utensils. This includes persons in charge of memorial receptions, wedding receptions, youth activities, congregational dinners and all other meetings.
All dishes and utensils used are to be cleaned and put back where found. Clean stove tops and ovens, counters and refrigerators. Turn off coffee maker and rinse coffee pots. *Please do not expect anyone else to clean and put away utensils and dishes you and/or your group have used. Spills are to be cleaned up as they occur including floor, ovens, range tops, counters, cabinet fronts and refrigerator. Leave the kitchen in the condition you would like to find it when you want to use it.
Any food, decorations, flowers, etc., must be removed when the clean-up is complete. Extra food left in the refrigerator or freezer will be discarded unless clearly marked. If bringing in canned goods, put cleaned empty containers in the recycle bin. If you have leftover food, plan for containers so you can take it with you when you leave.