Accessibility and Inclusion 

We are trying to be as all-inclusive, welcoming, and friendly a church as possible.

-   The 'loop system' is fitted in the church & dais (except for the balcony), Highbridge Hall, and Room 1.

 

-   There are ramps into the church; Britwell Hall and Room 1 from the car park; and into the buildings from Highbridge Road. There are identified parking at the front of the church.

 

-   There are 'access for all' toilets in the church vestibule, to the right of the ramp as you enter the halls, and at the end of Britwell Hall.

Special Needs

As an Inclusive Church, we aim to be as accessible and welcoming as possible.

If you have a special need or see things that we could do to help, then please tell Phil Barker who has a Watching Brief on these issues, or one of the other Elders (identifiable by their badge).

 

A Hearing Loop system is fitted in the Sanctuary (main Church building), Highbridge Hall, and Room 1.

 

The Britwell Hall Kitchen has height-adjustable work-tops.

 

Ramped Access:

Main doorway between Britwell Rd and the Sanctuary;

Britwell Hall doorway, by the foyer, near Britwell Road.

Doorways to Highbridge Hall corridor: by Britwell Road

                                                             and near North transept.

Doorway between Room 1 and the car park.

A ramp is available to help access the dais in the Sanctuary.

 

Accessible Parking

Four identifiable spaces in the car-park.

One identifiable space (or “H”) in Britwell Road.

 

Accessible Toilets

In the Vestibule by the Sanctuary (end furthest from the Tower)

In the Britwell Hall foyer, (which also includes a toilet of a size that younger children might use more easily).

In the Highbridge Hall corridor.

These toilets, when vacant, are available to anyone who needs to use them – however, if you are able to access the toilets off the Long Corridor between Highbridge Hall and Britwell Hall then please do so to give priority to other people who might be in greater need of the more accessible ones.

Each of the three accessible facilities also has a fold-down surface to enable nappy-changing for babies.

 

Communion

 We can provide water, plus a gluten-free option as an alternative to the non-alcoholic wine, bread or wafers offered. (Gluten-free options may also be available as refreshments after worship).

 

 

If, for example, you have a perching-stool and need assistance to transfer it from a vehicle just outside our buildings into one of our rooms, then we will try our very best to assist you with this.

 

-   There are baby changing facilities in all three 'access for all' toilets. Britwell Hall also has a child-sized toilet.

 

-   At communion, we serve bread and gluten-free wafers, and non-alcoholic wine or water.

 

-   Although there are 2 steps onto the dais, this should never prevent anyone from taking part in leading worship. Portable microphones are available.