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Planning Your Visit

Parking & Entry

Park in the lot on Gore Street.  There is handicapped parking next to the ramp which will take you to the main entrance.  We meet in the chapel on the upper floor, which can be accessed via stairs or elevator and chair lift.  Whether you take the stairs or elevator, blue signs are clearly marked and point the way to the chapel.
 

Eucharist
It is our tradition to include anyone who wishes to partake in Communion, no exceptions.  We serve gluten-free and gluten-full bread, and wine and grape juice.

How to Dress

Generally, we are pretty casual.  We might spiff it up at Christmas or Easter, but we support wearing what makes you feel comfortable.

Children

We welcome the young and the young at heart, and have a dedicated moment in Mass for children to learn an age appropriate lesson.  We know that Mass can be long for bodies that need to wiggle, so we have a children's play area at the back of the chapel with coloring pages, books, and bean bag chairs.  It includes a place for nursing parents (or anyone who needs to rock out in a rocking chair).  We welcome the noise and movement that comes with being a kid.

Worship Aid

Our Mass may be familiar to you, or it might be a little foreign.  Our worship aid with our regularly used liturgy and prayers is available can be found printed in the chapel, online here, or accessed via the QR code outside the chapel.

Restrooms
There are restrooms outside the chapel, however wheelchair accessible restrooms are on the ground floor near the elevator.

Seating
Seating in the chapel is sturdy and generally does not have arms.

Questions?

If you have questions about accessibility that aren't covered here, or need help planning your visit, please reach out!

Thanks for reaching out!

Join us for Mass, Saturdays at 5pm

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