London Jesus Centre

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83 Margaret Street, London, W1W 8TB Show map
Oxford Circus Station (350 yd)

Spaces for hire at London Jesus Centre

from £55
hire fee / per hour
Terrace Room
Seating capacity 40
Standing capacity 50
The Terrace Room is set in the London Jesus Centre, a victorian building with period features. A very quite location in Fitzrovia, away from the hustle of Oxford Street and the busy area. With its own enclosed seated terrace for you to use during breaks. We provide Flip chart, projector (£10), seating and tables. We have a self catering facility...
from £35
hire fee / per hour
Marylebone Room
Seating capacity 12
Standing capacity 25
The room (5.5 x 4.4m, 24.5 sq m) is set up for board meetings and training room. It could be set up for a classroom, small groups and meet up events. Ambient lighting, relaxed setting 5.5 x 4.4m (24.5 sq m) Included in the hire fee: - Projector & AV equipment - Flipchart - Wifi - Kitchen facilities
from £20
hire fee / per hour
Quiet Room
Seating capacity 6
Suitable for 121 counselling sessions, quiet space for individual, skype calling, small meetings, interviews 3.6 x 2.4m (8.8sq m) Small meeting room suitable for up to 5 people Ideal for interviews / counselling
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from £30
hire fee / per hour
Courtyard Room
Seating capacity 15
An ideal space for small conferences, office meetings, interviews, training sessions, rehearsals, filming, teaching, tutoring, classroom, 6.5 x 3m (19.7 sq m) Small classroom for up to 10 people Suitable for groups and committee meetings Whiteboard / Flipchart available
from £70
hire fee / per hour
Chapel
Seating capacity 80
Standing capacity 100
The Chapel is set in a Victorian building where nuns used to worship and pray. Now part of The London Jesus Centre. It boasts an organ and original features including tiling and seating. A unique place to observe and where meetings or rehearsals and conferences are welcomed. 16.3 x 5.8m (94.7 sq m) Listed chapel suitable for lectures, recitals et...
from £35
hire fee / per hour
Word Tea Room
Seating capacity 15
Standing capacity 30
The room is set in a Victorian building previously owned by the Sisters of the poor who were here from 1860 - 2008. The nunnery was occupied by up to 90 nuns who ran the centre for outreach and serving the poor and welcoming the homeless. We still keep this going today. The Word Tea Room was originally our cafe but has recently closed. We have no...

Prices and opening hours

Monday
8:30 – 22:00
from £20–£450 hire fee
8:30 – 22:00
from £55–£350 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £35–£240 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £20–£150 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £30–£180 hire fee
9:00 – 21:30
from £70–£450 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £35–£250 hire fee
Tuesday
8:30 – 22:00
from £20–£450 hire fee
8:30 – 22:00
from £55–£350 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £35–£240 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £20–£150 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £30–£180 hire fee
9:00 – 21:30
from £70–£450 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £35–£250 hire fee
Wednesday
8:30 – 22:00
from £20–£450 hire fee
8:30 – 22:00
from £55–£350 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £35–£240 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £20–£150 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £30–£180 hire fee
9:00 – 21:30
from £70–£450 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £35–£250 hire fee
Thursday
8:30 – 22:00
from £20–£450 hire fee
8:30 – 22:00
from £55–£350 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £35–£240 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £20–£150 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £30–£180 hire fee
9:00 – 21:30
from £70–£450 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £35–£250 hire fee
Friday
8:30 – 22:00
from £20–£450 hire fee
8:30 – 22:00
from £55–£350 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £35–£240 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £20–£150 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £30–£180 hire fee
9:00 – 21:30
from £70–£450 hire fee
8:30 – 21:30
from £35–£250 hire fee
Saturday
9:00 – 16:00
from £20–£70 hire fee
9:00 – 16:00
from £55 hire fee
9:00 – 16:00
from £35 hire fee
9:00 – 16:00
from £20 hire fee
9:00 – 16:00
from £30 hire fee
9:00 – 16:00
from £70 hire fee
9:00 – 16:00
from £35 hire fee
Sunday
Closed

Facilities and catering options

Up to 80
seats
Up to 100
standing
In-house catering
External catering allowed
Ticketed events
BYO alcohol
Parking available
Accommodation available
Alcohol provided
Own DJ allowed

Location

83 Margaret Street, London, W1W 8TB
Oxford Circus Station (350 yd)

Reviews and ratings

4.5

(24 reviews and ratings – read all)

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Laurence Stephan
March 2020

Simple, easy and great work space.

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chris langdon
February 2020

The venue is plain and simple but we had all we needed - wiifi, screen projector and quiet meeting room. It is simple but good very value. The location is excellent in Margaret Passage - a quiet street - no traffic. It is 8-10 mins walk to Oxford Circus and Tottenham Court Rd tubes. Tony the manager is a pleasure to engage with. He was reponsive and flexible. Also, we appreciated that our fee goes to a good cause. The centre is a charity helping the disadvantaged.

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Alena Shirmanova-Kostebelova
February 2020

Great, beautiful venue, we had everything we needed and everything was explained to us nicely!

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Christopher Fletcher-Campbell
November 2019

Nice welcome, comfortable room.

About London Jesus Centre

83 Margaret Street, is a large Georgian terrace in the heart of Fitzrovia. A former convent, All Saints House as it was known was the home of the All Saints Sisters of the Poor established in 1860. The seven storey building at one time housed up to 70 nuns who worked among the poor in the local area. The ground floor and basement now make up The London Jesus Centre that provides services to the local community and wider area.

The London Jesus Centre opened in 2008. Following in the footsteps of other Jesus Centres across the UK we set about reaching the homeless and getting all the services that we want to offer up and running. These included: Teaching ESOL, advice on homelessness, job advice, conversation classes, how to claim benefits, counselling, prayer and other needs that the community required.

Over the past couple of years we have been able to hire out some of the rooms in the Jesus Centre of which are advertised on this site. To provide the services that we do, the money raised goes directly into the London Jesus Centre where it is used to fund the activities and maintain the building.

As we give to others then they respond. The users want to give back to the Jesus Centre by volunteering there help. We welcome all who want to be a part of what we do. This includes the clients that help us raise funds. We have volunteering days where businesses give up there time to help the Drop-In. A positive team building activity where all can get involved.

Thank you for being apart of the London Jesus Centres story.