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Host Your Next Meeting at Seventeen – Seventeen
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Today, many Church and Ministry meeting are happening in schools, community centers, warehouses, coffee shops, and people’s homes. While many of these churches and servant ministries plant roots in permanent facilities, more and more are also needing to be mobile by borrowing or renting additional space when needed. Instead of taking on the burden of costly additions and expansions along with those unpopular capital fund raising campaigns, they too are looking at alternatives.

Is your church or ministry short of office space and could use a temporary space for a day, a week, a month? Or would you like to host a meeting away from the confines of your building. Maybe you occasionally need to bring a group together but just don’t have an adequate space to host it.

Usually, renting a hotel meeting room was the only solutions but, not a preferred option because of the high costs.

Working with hotels is easy because your options are limited: their way or no way! London now has a new concept for coworking spaces, meeting rooms and even private offices. While the space is being made available for business groups, the primary objective is to provide temporary working and meeting space for London’s churches, ministries and service organizations.

London businessman, Bill Bethel has converted a large section of his Seventeen – Seventeen (1717) Oxford Street property into modern, fully equipped meeting and office complex.

“While the space is being made available to business groups,” said Bethel, “ my primary objective is to provide high quality temporary working and meeting space for London’s churches, ministries and service organizations at affordable rates.”

Professional meeting space for groups of a few or of many, Seventeen – Seventeen offers space by the month, day or hour.

To make the best impression, reserve the ‘ready-when-you-are’ private and professional offices and conference rooms at Seventeen – Seventeen. The facility features comfortable furniture, kitchen facilities, abundant free parking - all located on the main level with full handicap access. Seventeen – Seventeen is located on a primary bus route and there is quite a variety of restaurants are in very near proximity.

Why not drop by for a tour? To find out more about Seventeen – Seventeen contact the property Manager, Darrell Elver at the office 519-601-1160 or at his direct line 519-673-8023.






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