The North Stamford Congregational Church is available as a location for film projects and photo shoots. Located in the midst of the natural beauty of hilly and woodsy North Stamford, Connecticut, it is situated on a large piece of land that offers several indoor and outdoor options. The property boasts a vast history going back to the 18th century. Additionally, the property has been used for projects including a Wes Craven film originally titled '25/8' and released in 2010 as 'My Soul To Take'.
-Historic buildings including a one-room schoolhouse from the late 19th and early 20th century.
-6.5 acres of property surrounded by lush trees, woods and nature.
-Large recreational building with a cathedral ceiling, elevated stage, bathrooms, and more. A full kitchen is available for use by a caterer of your choice.
-Large parking lot for vehicles, trucks, and equipment with convenient access to the buildings.
Please visit our website for more details and photographs: www.northstamfordchurch.org/filming
North Stamford Congregational Church
31 Cascade Rd.
Stamford, CT 06903