St Paul's Anglican


Accessibility at St Paul’s

Everyone is welcome at church. We seek to do all we can to ensure everyone can participate in all parts of church life, from our Sunday services to our events and regular activities.

At St Paul’s, we welcome adults, youth and children with all kinds of needs. Below are some of the accessibility features at our church, to help you plan your visit.

We hope you and your family will feel included in our church community, but we recognise that we can always do better. If there are any issues we should know about, or if you need any further assistance, please get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.

Accessible Parking

We have designated accessible parking spaces in our church car park and on Vickery Ave, along with car spaces close to the building that are reserved for people with limited mobility.

Accessible Entry to Buildings

A lift is provided from the car park to the church main lobby, where you can access the auditorium and other meeting spaces. 

The entry on the Vickery Ave of our building is accessible. If you need assistance, our welcomers (wearing a lanyard) would love to help you.

Accessible Seating

Our church auditorium has accessible seating with plenty of room for wheelchairs and walkers. Our Welcomers are available to direct you to a seat you feel comfortable in. 

Accessible Toilets 

A unisex wheelchair and ambulant accessible toilet is available. Please ask a Welcomer if you need directions.

Children and Youth

Our kids and youth teams are eager to partner with parents and carers to support young people with additional needs.

When a parent or carer registers their children into a program, one of our team members will talk to you about any additional needs they might have. Our kids and youth programs are nut free, and there are no nuts on site at St Paul’s.

If you would like to chat to someone about your child’s specific needs, please get in touch. We look forward to speaking with you.