- SA62 5QL
Accessibility and facilities
The building at Bethlehem is fully accessible with only one small lip into the building and then everything can be accessed on one level in the hall and the chapel itself. There is a gentle ramp from the car park to the church, and although the car park has a gravel surface it is possible to park outside the ramp to the door to drop someone off. Inside we have an accessible toilet.
We use a powerpoint screen during the service, but we have hard copy books available and can produce large print hard copies if needed. We also have a hearing loop in the chapel itself.
We have a baby changing station along with changing equipment (excluding nappies), potties, toilet seats and toddler step. We can provide you with a bag of quiet toys for your child to borrow during the service if it would help, either for under 12 months or for toddlers - please ask on arrival.
We try to be autism-friendly at the chapel and have taken steps to achieve this, however if there is anything else we can do to help you enjoy your visit to us, please let us know. We don't have fluorescent lights to cause any difficulty. We would suggest you bring with you noise reducing or noise cancelling headphones if you use them as the music can be quiet loud when it is played and we use microphones when people are speaking. You are welcome to see the chapel building before coming to a service to help you get used to the place - give us a ring if you would like that. We can also sit you by people who will be able to help you through the service explaining what happens at each point.
We give a warm welcome to everyone and if we can do anything to make your visit to us easier, please let us know.