Community: Partners and Resources

Community Partners
We are blessed with a beautiful facility, and we enjoy having community partners who share our values. We provide meeting space for many local organizations like LE3, Inc., Home Instead Senior Care, and WNY Meditation. Please feel free to pass along the information to anyone you know who may benefit from leasing space in our facility. North Church has a flexible facility, able to accommodate a range of activities. We are handicap accessible.

Please take a moment to read Pastor Bill’s article, “Our Building: A Gift to the Community,” in the fall 2019 church newsletter: Our Building

If you know of an individual or organization looking for reasonably priced space, please contact the church at 716-632-1330 or n.church.npc@gmail.com with the information and someone will follow-up on the lead. Or use the building application form: Facilities Use Application

North Church has unused offices that are available for leasing by suitable tenants. The rooms have been cleaned, freshly painted, and are ideal work spaces. Not-for-profit organizations are ideal candidates, but other entities or individuals will be considered. The vetting process includes a review of any potential tenant and approval by Session prior to the signing of a lease.

See what others are saying about us.

Home Instead Senior Care
The fellowship hall at North Presbyterian Church is very welcoming. It is always ready for us when we need it and well equipped with plenty of seating, a microphone and podium, and basically everything necessary to hold a meeting for a large group. We appreciate this conveniently located, roomy, and economical place to hold quarterly meetings for our employees.  We have also used the church’s kitchen, which is beautifully equipped, for some cooking class events. The staff at North Presbyterian are wonderful to work with. I highly recommend North Church if you are looking for a great meeting space.–Eric Wiedemann, Chief Operating Officer

LE3 Academy

“Can’t say enough nice things about the staff and volunteers at North Church! They have all welcomed LE3 Academy students and staff into their building with open arms! I am so lucky to have found them!”–Ellie

WNY Meditation

“Our mindfulness meditation group is very happy with our partnership with the North Presbyterian Church. The grounds are immaculate with plenty of parking and easy access. The chapel and interior of the church are quite spacious and peaceful. When we meditate at the end of the evening during summer, we can hear the lovely chirping of birds and feel the sense that this is some place spiritual to be. The sanctuary is beautiful and the streaks of colored light at dusk that filter through stained glass windows make it a lovely place to do slow walking meditation. We host socials once a month in the coffee area and we love the cozy feel of the couches, which help facilitate discussion.”–Phil

Marie Zak Piano Studio
“For the last several years, my students have had their piano recitals in the North Presbyterian Church chapel and reception in the Dickinson room. They and their parents love it, as do I, and North Presbyterian has been wonderfully helpful and accommodating to us.”

Resources

The church building, although not sacred, is a place where we worship God and work toward the coming of his kingdom here on earth. Therefore, we ask that all who use the building treat it with respect.

Those wishing to use space for special events or programs are encouraged to read Facilities Use – Policies, Application & Fees. For additional information, please contact the church office at 716-632-1330.

North Church consists of a primary sanctuary, choir loft, and office complex with two attached wings branching out from the primary building. Each of the wings has two levels: a lower level that consists primarily of classrooms and the boiler room; and an upper level with additional classrooms, the Dickinson Room, Keeler Chapel, the library, Westminster Hall, and the kitchen. A Memorial Garden occupies part of the space between the two wings.

Read a Girl Scouts at North testimonial.

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