Rental Request Forms
One-Time Event (meeting, party, concert, dinner, reception, etc)
Recurring Event (weekly or monthly classes, meetings, concerts, etc.)
The Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Boston has space available for use by external organizations. Through our rentals, we seek to be a resource to the community around us by housing events for local community groups and businesses. Our location in Downtown Crossing provides ready access to numerous restaurants, shopping, and convenience of public transportation. A building use fee is charged, which includes setup, teardown, custodial staff, and front desk support. The usage fee supports the operating budget of the church. WiFi is available throughout the building. You can visit our Venues page for photos, videos and descriptions of our spaces. See videos of our space here.
The information you provide here will assist us in determining rental fees and availability in our calendar for your event. Due to volume of space requests, please allow 4-5 business days for a response. Please contact Roger Lovejoy, Director of Marketing and Development for the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, at email@example.com (The email for all rentals inquiries), with questions or concerns.
Requests for space should be requested as far in advance as possible to ensure our ability to meet your needs.
All questions with the red star must be answered in order to give you a correct quote. The form will not submit unless all questions with a red star are answered.
Rentals will only be put on our calendar after a signed contract and a deposit are received.
When we receive your form, you will receive notification of availability of date and a cost estimate. We will tell you about availability on the phone or by email. However, we will only give quotes after the entire form is completed.
Accessibility: All rooms in our building are wheelchair accessible with elevators, ramps, accessible restrooms, and all-gender restrooms.
The Cathedral is accessible by train at the Downtown Crossing and Park Street T stops.