Hall and Church available for Event Bookings

St Barnabas Church is located at 1525 Begbie Street (at the corner of Belmont Ave. and Begbie St.) in Victoria BC.

Please phone 250 595 4324 or email admin@stbarnabaschurch.ca to speak with us about renting our facilities.

The Hall of St Barnabas has made an excellent venue for a wide range of events and activities, including dance classes, craft markets, live music events, banquets, and children’s playgroups.


  • Vaulted ceilings
  • Many large windows
  • The main room is roughly 25 by 50 feet
  • The second floor room is roughly 10 by 12 feet
  • Simple kitchen
  • Two washrooms
  • Capacity: 123

Services and Amenities

  • Modular stage, up to 12x16’ (Stage set-up / take-down fees are $150)
  • Tables (with linens, if required)
  • Folding chairs
  • Simple kitchen (non-cooking facility; food may be warmed)
  • Simple sound system with ipod dock

Rental Rates

  • $30 per hour (two hours minimum)
  • $25 per hour after two hours
  • A lower rate can be negotiated if usage exceeds 10 hours a month
  • $200 day rate



Opened in 1952, the Church of St. Barnabas has made an excellent venue for weddings and concerts.


  • Excellent acoustics
  • A-frame ceilings
  • Many large windows
  • One washroom
  • Capacity: 200

Services and Amenities

  • Simple sound system

Rental Rates

  • $200-750, depending on the event
  • Reduced or waived rates available in some instances, such as for spiritual or non-profit activities


  • Free parking
  • Easily accessible by public transit: Take a 27 or 28 bus to the top of Begbie St, or a 2, 11 or 14 to Oak Bay Junction and walk a block north on Belmont Ave.
  • Pedestrian access to the property is via one of two steep slopes, or roughly 10 stairs.
  • Wheelchair accessible into Hall, and into one of two washrooms. 
  • There is a wheelchair ramp on the South side of the Church.  The one Church washroom is on the ground floor. 




Lenten Lecture Series

Check our calendar page for our 2017 Lenten Series on The Spirituality of Ageing


Annual Mushroom Forage: Saturday, October 8, 2016

Golden chantrelles, white chantrelles, winter chantrelles, milky caps, pines, boletes -- yum!  An autumn's day tramping with baskets through the woods -- and a chance to cook them up with a glass of white wine.  All are welcome to join us.  Remember to bring rain gear, and that the day will almost inevitably involve some bushwacking.  The Rector will definitely not be in his cassock! Contact the office to find out the details.