We seek to be an open and welcoming community.

If you or a family member have special needs, we want to be able to accommodate you. If your need is not addressed here, please contact the church office.

Service animals are welcome.

We welcome people who may make noise or need to move around during the service due to mental illnes, developmental disability, physical need, or age.

Our Christian Education programs are open to all, and if you need special accommodations for you or your child, please contact the Board of Christian Education or one of the ministers.

For Those With Mobility Concerns

Ample handicapped parking is located on the north side of the church.

We have two automatic doors that accommodate wheelchairs.  Use the entrance in the east circle drive for easiest access to the Fellowship Hall.  Use the west circle drive for easiest access to the sanctuary.

If you need to remain in your chair during the service, we recommend sitting on the east side of the church by the windows overlooking the courtyard.  If you’d like to sit in a pew, our volunteer ushers are happy to hold your wheelchair in the outer lobby during the service and bring it back to you at the end of worship.

All seating in the sanctuary is on wooden pews.  If you need a seat cushion, we have two thicknesses available for your comfort.  Ask an usher or greeter, and he or she will show you where to pick up and drop off the cushion.

Accessible bathrooms are located in our main hallway connecting the sanctuary and Fellowship Hall.  The hallway is extra-wide and there are no stairs to navigate. We do have one ramp with rails between the sanctuary and Fellowship Hall.

For Those With Vision or Hearing Concerns

If you need a large-print version of our bulletin, just ask an usher as you enter.

We also have hearing assistance devices available outside the north entrance to the sanctuary.  Please feel free to borrow one to make sure you don’t miss any of the service.  Ushers can assist you in using the equipment.

Additional Resources

Any Body, Everybody, Christ’s Body: A Congregational Guide to Becoming Accessible to All (PDF)

United Church of Christ Disabilities Ministries website