Welcome to the La Salette Historic Church & Community Hall
Norfolk’s Premier Event Venue
Nestled in the beautiful hamlet of LaSalette, this magnificent Gothic Revival style church is truly a hidden gem. Rivalling the grandeur of cathedrals in Montreal, Toronto and Europe, the soaring ceiling overhead and breathtaking stained glass windows are truly awe-inspiring. The La Salette Historic Church is community owned and operated as a venue for concerts, theatre, and of course, weddings!
The La Salette Community Hall, located beside the Church, was originally a 1 room school house built in 1906. The Hall offers a smaller, more intimate rental space for meetings and family functions from 10 to 150. Hall rentals include a fully functional kitchen and backyard patio. The Community Hall also hosts various recreational and social activities. Check the schedule for information.
Fast Facts About the Historic Church and Community Hall
The Church was originally built in 1881, and was rebuilt in 1913 after a tragic fire. It is 113 feet long, 53 feet wide, and has a 90 foot tall entrance tower and a roof that is supported by 12 columns. The capacity of the Church is approximately 300*.
The Community Hall started out as a schoolhouse built in 1906, and has kitchen facilities, an outdoor patio, and a capacity of up to 150*.
We’re not far from anywhere… less than a 1 hour drive from Hamilton, Cambridge, London, and all points in between.
* Capacity may be reduced due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Contact us for more details.