Pullen offers its building as a service to its members and regular participants and to the community. Pullen does not offer its building for rent. Offering the building does incur additional utilities expense and custodial attention. A utilities offset stipend may apply to a space due to its particular size and features and/or the length of its use. For a complete set of building use guidelines, including the schedule of fees and when they may be applicable, please review the Building Use Policy.
Who can use the building?
- Any Pullen group, committee or council doing the work of the church and any partner organization.
- Current Pullen members and regular participants for personal, non-business purposes such as anniversary or birthday parties, etc.
- Non-profits 501(c)(3), community service organizations, and advocacy groups. Use may be for the purpose of the organization’s board and committee meetings, staff and volunteer training, the organization’s fundraisers, and benefits held for other causes. Donations may be taken, but tickets may not be sold. No one can be denied access to an event because of a lack of funds.
Things to Consider
- Finlator Hall is our most popular space for groups. It accommodates up to 200 people standing or sitting auditorium-style. For a meal or workshop with tables, the capacity is limited to about 90. Finlator Hall is not available on Wednesday afternoons or evenings during the academic year.
- Poteat Chapel is a beautiful, easily accessible space off of Cox Avenue ideal for small or medium size gatherings. It comfortably accommodates about 60 people people seated. Food and drinks are generally not permitted.
- Finlator Hall, Poteat Chapel, and the sanctuary have simple sound systems with handheld, wireless microphones available. A pull-down screen is also available in Finlator Hall. Any other equipment, including instrument amplifiers or projectors, are the responsibility of the group using the space.
Submit a Building Use Request
ALL FIELDS REQUIRED UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.