Logie Kirk Halls are situated at the heart of the village of Causewayhead.
In 1992, the halls were extended in a deal with the local council when a charter was drawn up for the halls to be for the use of the local community, and the are now run by a management committee made up of six members of the Kirk session and representatives of other hall users. The minister is the chairman of the committee.
The halls comprise of a large hall, lesser hall, two meeting rooms, a minister's room, an admin office fully equipped with a computer and photocopier with a part-time secretary who produces all documentation for the smooth operation of the church and the halls. There is also a well equipped kitchen and both ladies and gents toilets.
A disabled toilet and an access ramp for wheelchairs to the halls is also available
The halls are well equipped with a sound system including a loop for the hard of hearing, two overhead projectors, TV with DVD and Video which can be set up in either hall or meeting rooms. There are parking facilities for about six cars. There is also plenty of street parking within close proximity. The halls are run by the management committee and are available to let.
For enquiries and bookings in the first instance, you can reach us using the form on the Contact page. Alternatively, please phone 01786 448251 and leave a message and someone will come back to you within three days.
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The large hall is 16 x 9 metres. It is equipped with tables and chairs and a sound system with a loop for the hard of hearing. There is also a portable stage of 5 sections, each measuring 8’ x 4’. With the stage assembled seating can be arranged for around 120 people. The stage can also be set up as a catwalk for fashion shows with around the same number of seats.
The Lesser hall is used mainly for large meetings and choir practices. It also has seating and tables which can be set up for functions and a back up hall if a large function is being held in the main hall. It also has a piano and a new sound system with a loop for the hard of hearing.
The Presbytery of Stirling recently approved a request from the Kirk Session at Logie to enhance the facilities available at the site of the Kirk by establishing a new Community Building within the area currently occupied by part of the existing Kirk car park. The building which will cost in the region of £200,000 will be constructed in two stages with a new designated rustic car parking area being set aside on adjacent land gifted to Logie by the University of Stirling as a replacement for the space taken up by the new building. Fund raising has commenced and it is hoped that this facility will be available in the not to distant future.