The Sanctuary was built to hold 325 people on the main floor and fifty people in the balcony. The floor is flat and carpeted down the centre aisle and in front of the first pews. A newly re- carpeted Narthex greets people as they enter.
The Chancel (front of the Sanctuary) seats 30 choir members in moveable chairs. Choirs as large as 75, assisted by risers, have performed from the Chancel. The pulpit, communion table and piano all can be moved to adapt to different worship, concert or recital needs.
The Sanctuary has an excellent, updated sound system, an infrared system to assist the hearing impaired and a multimedia projector system that is capable of projecting PowerPoint presentations, DVD and VCR component video output images onto a large, electronically controlled 14 x 14 foot screen.
Handicap access to the Sanctuary is at ground level from the north entrances and from the elevator located at the southeast corner of the Sanctuary.
This was created to be a meeting room and gathering area. It can seat up to 30 people in chairs and includes a number of tables.
There is a small kitchen area with a sink and cupboards.
This room has been furnished to be a quiet sitting area for small groups of less than 12 and is also used for the Church library. There are comfortable chairs and a small table with direct access to the hall leading to the Sanctuary.
This is the main Church hall that can accommodate 225 people in rows of chairs or up to 200 people at tables. It has a cement floor and a medium-sized stage at the west end. The hall as 225 chairs, 25 long tables, 7 round tables (seating 8) and 20 card tables.
There is a simple sound system with portable microphones and some capacity for stage lighting.
The hall is wheelchair accessible from the lower parking lot and from the elevator on the upper level. The main entrance is from the lower parking lot.
The kitchen is equipped with an industrial gas stove, fridge, freezer and dishwasher, as well as dishes, cutlery, cooking and serving equipment for large or small gatherings.
Anyone wishing to use the kitchen for cooking requires an orientation from the kitchen committee prior to preparing meals.
The kitchen is also available for simple preparation of sandwiches, tea and coffee.
This multi-use room also accesses the inner courtyard and can host gatherings of up to 30 people. It is equipped with tables and chairs and has a new linoleum floor. There is easy access to the kitchen and washrooms on the lower level.