Meet at The Church. It’s the perfect venue for your next meeting, corporate retreat or small-scale special event.

  • Event space capacity: 24-30 guests, boardroom-style or informal seating
  • Meeting tools: LCD projector with screen, flip charts or white board, pens and note pads)
  • Food & beverage: Water, coffee breaks, lunch and dinner made with local ingredients can be provided upon request

The Church

Daily rental for meeting and event space:


Meeting Space Rental and Catering Fees

Meeting Space $249
Accommodations Single $119, Double $129
Farm Fresh Meals
Breakfast $15pp, Lunch $15pp, Dinner 2 course $25 pp, 3 course $30pp
Fresh Brewed Gros Morne Coffee $2.50 pp
Bottled Water $2.00 pp
Fresh Baked Goods & Coffee $4.49 pp

All meals plus 15% gratuity  plus 15% HST

Secure Your Unique Event Space

When you’re ready to book your event we’ll be happy to provide you with a custom quote. 

Simply complete the form at right and we’ll send you a customized package!

    Attendees requiring accommodations:
    Number of attendees to accommodate in main meeting space:
    Set-up Details:
    AV Equipment:
    ScreenFlip Chart/White BoardProjector
    Would you like us to propose any of the follow leisure activities for an added cost?
    (Check all that apply)
    YogaBrewery TourWine & Goat Cheese ExperienceBarn DanceShed Party & EntertainmentCampfire & Entertainment

    The History of The Church

    The Church is the original Anglican Church of Cormack. The historic building is dedicated to the pioneer women of Cormack who welcomed and befriended the overseas war brides, helping them settle into their new homes.

    The first Anglican (Church of England) gatherings were held in the staff house and later in the school, with ministers coming from Deer Lake and Corner Brook to hold services. In 1947, Bishop Abraham asked parishes to donate funds to build a proper church in Cormack. Personal donations and a bank loan of $1000 were enough to buy lumber leftover from the construction of Department of Mines and Resources buildings in Cormack and St. George’s Church was erected as a memorial to the World War II veterans.

    The church was used for nearly 50 years and when a new church was built in 1997, Jean Burton bought the old building, adding it to her growing tourism business, then known as Rocky Brook Cabins.

    Today The Church, with it’s high ceilings, modern décor and view of Rocky Brook, is a favorite for larger groups. It’s often the venue for small dinners and events for guests at Rocky Brook Acres.


    90 Veterans Drive,
    Cormack, NL  A8A 2P8



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