accessibility

 Entrance Ramp

Wheelchair Ramp

A concrete ramp leading to the front entrance provides accessibility to our guests and members with mobility impairments (see photo of front entrance, below). 

Front Step with Wheel Chair access

 Seating

We have also given due attention to these needs during the construction of our church pews.  Wheel chairs can easily be accommodated and there are cushioned seat covers for comfort.  We will do what we can to accommodate your needs.

 Inductive Loop System 

What is it ?
An inductive loop system allows people who are hearing-impaired to enjoy CLEAR sound, free from the background noise which commonly interferes with most hearing aids.  You may benefit from this system anywhere in the auditorium during church services.  One third of the population over 60 years of age experiences hearing difficulties.  The Loop System was installed to help provide a clear hearing of the Gospel to all our visitors.

Hearing aids which are Inductive Loop-compatible can also benefit hearers when using the telephone.  Imagine being able to clearly hear a caller's voice, even in a noisy environment...all thanks to a feature called a 'T-Coil'.

What exactly is a "T-Coil"?
A 'T-Coil' is a very small coil of wire built within the hearing aid, and it serves as an antenna which is activated by the switching the hearing aid on and setting it in the "T" or "MT" position.  It is estimated that 30% of population have this feature built-in into their hearing aids; in Europe, this feature is even more common..

Can I add a 'T-Coil' to my existing hearing aid ?'
It is possible to retrofit some models; consult your audiologist for more information.