St Luke's is a large and impressive late-Victorian church, which stands in a prominent position at the corner of Phipps Hatch Lane, with Browning Road north Enfield opposite Hilly Fields Park, and near to the Lancaster Road shopping area.
Uses St Luke’s nave is 30m x 14m and provides a very large space (capacity: 200 standing. 200 seated), with enormous potential to be used for a wide range of activities, including concerts, plays, exhibitions, conferences and public meetings.
The furniture in the central nave of the church can all be moved and/or re-configured, so as to provide the maximum flexibility.
In addition, there are several smaller rooms available for meetings or break out groups
St Luke’s Church
Amenities - Refectory
There is a fully equipped kitchen and refectory area (capacity 25 standing, 25 seated),and two toilets, one of which is designed for disabled access
A flip chart, screen and data projector are available on request.
A traditional country pub, the Rose and Crown, is situated five minutes’ walk from St Luke’s, through Hilly Fields Park.
Parking is available in the streets around the church.
St Luke's Church is approximately 0.5km from Gordon Hill station from which there are approximately three trains per hour during the day into and out of London. The church is also 5 minutes walk from two bus services.
St Luke’s Church £25/hour
St Luke’s Church Refectory or Choir Vestry £15/hour
Discounts may be considered for bookings by charity and community organisations