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G2 Facility Use and Booking

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March 2014

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1.         The church must be booked for ALL events except use of staff personal office space.


2.         All bookings are to be done through the Administrator or designated office staff.   A confirmation email will be sent to the individual requesting the booking with the following reminder: 


            For all public events (anything other than a staff (paid/volunteer) meeting[i]):

  • Designate and instruct someone to serve as the ‘fire-warden’

  • Ensure all storage areas and areas not being used for your event are LOCKED.   This provides easy security protocol and is in fact part of our Plan to Protect Policy.

  • Leave the facility in a ‘better than we found it’ condition – take excess garbage to the bin, ensure toilets are flushed, lights off, windows closed and zones locked.

  • Double check front doors to ensure secure.

  • A member must be responsible for the facility (if you are authorizing a non-member to assume responsibility, remember YOU are still responsible.)


3.         Non-church events are any events that are not part of the church’s ministry.   This includes use of the facility for personal events and non-profit groups wishing to use the facility.   All such events are subject to our Rental practices, see F4.


4.         While ministry use takes precedence over non-church use, once the facility has been booked the booking is to be honoured.



[i] ‘Staff meetings’ would include worship practice sessions, team and leader meetings, board meetings, etc.


Ref:  Admin Team September 2013


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