Rooms for Hire

Headingley Methodist Church has several rooms of various sizes available for hire. All rooms have access to fast broadband via WiFi. Details can be obtained when booking.

For more information on room bookings, please contact the Church Bookings Manager, or fill in the website Contact form.

The Centenary Room at Headingley Methodist Church

The Centenary Room at Headingley Methodist Church is a self-contained suite available for rent. The internal area 556 sq ft (51.7sq m).

The room has its own kitchenette facility with shared WC facilities in a common lobby area. Access is by an entrance shared with the Church Hall – this entrance is only used by church officials and not by the general public.

This is a light and airy carpeted area suitable for uses such as office space, training classes, meetings etc. Natural light is obtained via two skylights in the ceiling, though blinds are fitted if required.

The Centenary Room showing the kitchenette facilities

The rent is £6540 p.a (£545 p.c.m) inclusive of cost of utilities, cleaning of common areas and buildings insurance. 

For further details and appointment to view please contact 0113 257 6547 or email mandgappleyard@gmail.com


The Parlour is a small, cosy hexagonal shaped room containing lots of chairs which can be moved to accommodate small to medium sized groups. This room is used on a Thursday morning for Midweek Worship, and is also used on a Friday evening for choir practice, as there is a piano in the room.


The Rochester Room is a small, intimate room named after Rev. Albert Rochester, who was Minister at Headingley from 1990 until his death. It is adjacent to the Small Hall (see below) and would be ideal for small groups.


The Small Hall is in fact reasonably large (though not as large as the Large Hall, see below!) and is used on a Tuesday lunchtime by the Luncheon Club, and on Saturday mornings for the very popular Coffee Mornings.


The Large Hall is the largest room at Headingley, apart from the Church itself. It is used on several evenings by the Scout Groups. As can be seen in the photo on the left there is a stage at one end of the hall and plenty of space for games and other activities.


Finally, a room that is not available for hire, but can be used by groups hiring other rooms. The well-equipped Kitchen provides full facilities for making tea and/or coffee and for cooking – though hirers must bring their own tea, coffee, milk etc. and ingredients, and wash up before they leave!