Warren United Methodist Church closed on June 8, 2014. The Warren Building continues now as a center for ministry and service in Capitol Hill, with spaces for meetings, events, gatherings, and offices.
About the building:
The sanctuary was built in 1909. The north wing was built in 1952, along with a smaller chapel space. The sanctuary seats about 300 on the main floor with about 50 in the older balcony seating. The chapel seats about 50.
The sanctuary/auditorium has an excellent Yamaha grand piano and a 2-manual, 18-rank Estey/Reuter organ. The sound system consists of a 24-channel Yamaha mixer and effects board (MG2414FX) and two Bose Classic L1/B1 powered speaker systems providing over 500 watts of power. The sound board is at the back of the space and is connected via a 24-channel snake to the stage area. There is also a cable for carrying video from a video system at the sound board area to the stage area in the front. The pulpit, lectern, benches, and altar/table are (re)movable. The organ console is fixed.
- Main Floor, Including Sanctuary, Fellowship Hall, Kitchen, Offices
- Basement, Including "Great Room," Offices, Restrooms, Storage
- Area Chart with square footage
(Note: some photos will be updated as some areas have been cleared.)
Visit the original Warren Church web site, where you can explore the history, mission, vision, and values of the congregation that was here.