church kitchen design


  • Archway Project, London
  • Caversham Baptist Church, Reading
  • Enfield Community, Enfield
  • Christ Church, Chislehurst
  • Kidlington Baptist Church, Kidlington
  • Riverside Vineyard Church, Feltham
  • St Hill Manor, East Grinstead
  • St Lukes Church, Chelsea
  • Zoroastrian Centre, Harrow


The average church or community hall provides a much needed meeting place to support local neighbourhood groups yet, sadly, most offer a very limited church kitchen facility.

Although an invaluable second stream income can be generated by letting out these halls for meetings, charity events, coffee mornings, quiz nights and such like, many of these premises are not realising their full potential as their church kitchens are simply not of a commercial kitchen standard.

In fact, many are kitted out with domestic equipment which is neither adequate for the purpose nor up to the hygiene standards demanded by Environmental Health Officers.

Nelson Catering Equipment has worked closely with a number of these establishments to help bring their kitchens up to modern day standards with a full commercial kitchen design. We understand the type of use the professional kitchen will get; we know that it is likely there will be many different users and we appreciate that simplicity of operation is important to enable different people to use the commercial catering equipment efficiently and safely while being able to store their own crockery and cookware securely.

We are fully conversant with all aspects of professional kitchen legislation so, by talking to you about what you want to achieve, we can provide a simple, effective solution that will please everybody including your local authority. Furthermore, you can rest assured that it will be entirely safe and will make the most of whatever space you have available no matter how small.

In our experience, a good, functional commercial kitchen will open up new possibilities and almost inevitably help to generate extra income. Two recent projects include a community hall kitchen that could previously only offer coffees and light snacks but can now cater for hot lunches and buffets thereby extending its bookings, while a church hall with ample seating space but a virtually non-existent church kitchen that is now catering for christenings and small weddings.


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