A fixture of the upper New Haven Green and Located at 270 Temple St. at the corner of Elm St, this historic classic revival brick building has been a New Haven landmark for over two centuries. It is on several Registers of Historic Places and contains a large, traditional congregational sanctuary and a modern, lower level function hall.
The Main Sanctuary
This traditional worship space is suitable for lectures, forums, musical performances and other public and private events. There is pew seating capacity for 500-800 on the main floor with additional balcony seating of 200. There is an ADA access ramp and a single-occupant elevator with outside access. A sound reinforcement system, Steinway piano, Hildebrand Organ (usage by permission of UCG Music Director) are provided. There is an ADA accessible single-person lavatory. The space is heated but not air-conditioned. Sexton- monitored security is provided for all events.
The Bradley Room
A 1,500 sqft, open function room suitable for meetings, lectures, forums, dinners and informal gatherings. Table seating for 50, lecture seating for 75, ADA accessible via single- occupant elevator, heated and air-conditioned, audio visual equipment: video projector, screen, sound reinforcement system with wireless microphone, small serving kitchen, Sexton-monitored security provided during events. There are also two small “break-out” classrooms with A/V capabilities. UPDATE 03/27/22: The Bradley room is currently "out-of-commission" due to repairs taking place after a pipe burst in the basement.