St. Paul VI Parish facilities are available by request for meetings and events. All facility bookings should be made at least 2 weeks prior. All parish and school functions have priority.
Parish groups are asked to fill out the online request form OR download and complete the Facility Request Form below and return it to Chris Alfred at email@example.com.
A parish staff member will let you know if your request has been approved or if more information is needed.
Thank you for your interest in hosting your event at St Paul VI Parish.
To be considered a Parish/School sponsored event, there are two basic tests that the group hosting the event must meet:
1. The Pastor has the authority to start, direct, control, manage, expand, or eliminate the activities of the organization and 2. The Pastor has the authority to sign checks on the organization's checking account and receive monthly statements.
When an organization requests to use our facility for any event that does not pass the two basic tests listed above, then the group or person(s) is required to provide proof of insurance. We can provide access to an insurance company through our insurance broker, Arthur Gallagher& Co., to accommodate non-sponsored events. That information will be provided in a separate packet once the space request is confirmed. Keep in mind, there are costs associated with the use of our facilities for non-sponsored events, and all requests must be submitted a minimum of three weeks in advance.
Examples of non-sponsored events include:
Wedding receptions, anniversary receptions, class reunions, birthday parties, etc. Workshops hosted by non-Parish groups Gatherings of civic and social clubs Any athletic or non-athletic single-day or multi-day events
Please note, any non-sponsored event is also subject to facility availability as Parish and School sponsored events take precedent over all other requests.
Our goal always is to be an inviting and welcoming parish, we look to our faith community to creatively find ways to engage both current and new people into our parish life. We do however have to be mindful of protecting our parishioners, guests, and facilities as we build our community together in the years to come.