We welcome and affirm people of all abilities. We are continuously taking steps to assure that no one is excluded from full participation in the life of our church. To that end, we participate in the UUA’s Accessibility and Inclusion Ministry (AIM) program. The AIM program guides congregation to deepen their understanding of disability as an aspect of the human experience, and counteract society’s stereotypes about disability. AIM encourages Unitarian Universalists to get involved in dismantling society’s prejudices, barriers, and ableism. This ministry perceives the uniqueness of the individual as a gift to be valued and appreciated by our congregations. AIM congregations accept a responsibility to counter society’s tendency to make inclusion and accessibility the responsibility of individuals, and instead transform our congregations and our society to be welcoming and inclusive of people of all abilities.


Our sanctuary, fellowship hall and religious education classrooms are fully accessible to those using wheelchairs or having limited mobility.


Large print hymnals and Orders of Service are always available.


We have a T-coil sound amplification system in the sanctuary that corresponds to hearing devices.

Special Needs Children

If you want your child to participate in the religious education program and feel that they may require special accommodation of any kind, please contact the Director of Religious Education, Lindsay Dunn, in advance so the best possible arrangements can be made.