Dietrich Room

You will find this 650 sq. ft. Dietrich Room immediately to the left of the main entrance on Mt. Curve Avenue. The multi-purpose room has a small kitchen and is directly accessible to the Upper Assembly Hall through translucent sliding doors.

Uses of the Dietrich Room

Among other things, the room is suitable for:

  • Receptions with up to 60 people (with limited seating)
  • Luncheons for up to 45 people (with seating at tables)
  • Presentations or meetings with up to 50 people
  • Small weddings or commitment ceremonies with up to 50 guests
  • Memorial services with up to 50 attending
  • Recitals using our smaller Steinway grand piano

You may arrange for a speaker’s podium and portable sound system. And gender-neutral restrooms and a coat room are available on this floor.

The room name honors Rev. John Dietrich who served First Unitarian from 1916-1938. Dietrich is regarded as the father of Religious Humanism which the congregation continues.