Accessibility FAQ

Accessibility Frequently Asked Questions

Does the church provide accessible parking options?

The church maintains a small parking lot within 50 feet of the church’s main entrance near the corner of Page Ave and Lipscomb Street. This lot contains five parking spaces designated as handicapped, but they do not officially meet ADA or TAS standards. There are no designated, van-accessible, parking spaces.Parking Lot.jpeg

Is the church building accessible to individuals with need for mobility accommodations?

The church’s main entrance is reached either by climbing a very short set of stairs that have a handrail on one side or by navigating a long and sloping ramp of twenty-four total feet. The ramp has a railing along one side of its entire length. Main Entrance.jpg

The church’s main entrance has double, out-swinging doors and a threshold less than ½ inch in height. The doors are not automatic, but greeters are present to offer assistance prior to both worship services which begin at 9:00 am and 11:15 am.

The church has a private, ADA-compliant restroom located on the east end of the building and accessed by passing through the ‘Glass Classroom’.

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Church hallways, fellowship, and classroom spaces provide sufficient space for use of mobility assistive tools including walkers and wheelchairs. 

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The church’s sanctuary provides a limited number of chairs with armrests along the center aisle. Unfortunately, the sanctuary’s stage does not have a ramp. 


Currently, the church’s outdoor-courtyard has Pavestone walkways that, while leveled, may pose difficulty for individuals using walkers, wheelchairs, or who otherwise are susceptible to tripping hazards. 

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What hearing-assistive accommodations are available in the church’s sanctuary?

Assistive hearing devices are available for use during worship services. Please speak with an usher or the A/V facilitator for more information about this option.

What visual-assistive accommodations are available in the church’s sanctuary?

Throughout the building, room and directional signs are provided with Braille. A braille hymnal is available upon request.

During worship services, the order of service, hymn, and special media (videos, photographs, etc.) are projected onto a large screen at the front of the sanctuary.