Maxwell Hall Guidelines
The hall is available for rent by registered, active, tithing parishioners for private family celebrations, such as receptions, anniversary parties, birthday celebrations, showers, etc., with the pastor’s approval for a fee.
The parish hall is not available for: • Political rallies or candidates • Commercial purposes . Fundraising Reservations: Contact parish secretary Marie Fujioka at 404-241-5862, for availability, and email your rental request to parish Business Office at email@example.com . Parish events receive priority scheduling. The hall will be available for rental functions after parish needs are met and the annual parish calendar is complete. It will not be reserved until the rental agreement is completed and returned with proof of purchase of Certificate of Insurance through Catholic Mutual. The rental fee is due and payable 4 weeks prior to the event.
4 Hour Rental Fee: $200 for members, $700 for non-parishioners plus $200 Cleaning Fee and Certificate of Insurance Fee.
Rental Agreement: Must be signed 30 days prior to the event
Liability Insurance: Must be purchased
Insurance Coverage: Diocesan policy requires that any person or group sponsoring a private party on parish property obtain “special event coverage” liability insurance. The certificate needs to state in the Description of Operations section that there is an endorsement to the policy naming ” The Roman Catholic Diocese of Atlanta” and the specific Entity as “Additional Insured”, and that the coverage available under the policy is primary over any other coverage available. Coverage can be obtained at Catholic Mutual
The parish does not provide the use of the kitchen or utensils, tableware, table covers, dishcloths, towels or dishwashing detergent, refrigerator, freezer, coffee pots, coffee urns, stove, ovens, and warming units. Use of the deep-fat fryers is prohibited. Leftover food must be removed from the premises at the conclusion.
Coverage must be obtained at least 30 days prior to the event. Smoking: No smoking is allowed in parish buildings.
Alcoholic Beverages: You must hire two Dekalb Police officers and a licensed bartender. Sale of alcoholic beverages is expressly prohibited, including money given as a donation.