When you come to one of our churches for a service, there are usually sides people who will welcome you: they can be your first point of call for assistance and they will help you find a seat or provide large print books (if required). If you are joining us for communion and would like it brought to your seat, the sides people can help with this too.
We have a hearing loop system in the churches.
St John's, Hook
St John's in Hook has a car park outside, with a disabled parking space. If the car park is full, there is plenty of parking across the A30 in the car park (charges may apply).
The main entrance has a step, but just round the side, there is a door with level access.
The seating is flexible, and chairs can be moved to make room for a wheel chair (or pram/buggy for small children), the sides people can help with this.
There are baby change, and toilets located through the Narthex and one of the side people can help point you in the right direction.
St Michael, Heckfield
There is plenty of parking by the church in Heckfield, and it is a level access from the car park to the church.
In the church there is a unisex toilet, suitable for wheel chair users and there is baby changing facilities.
Mattingley is the smallest church in the benefice. It is a grade 1 listed building, and as a result has less facilities, there are no toilets or large print books.
The parking is just outside, and a ramp can be made available for access if required.
Rotherwick church does not have any off road parking, but there is plenty of room to park along the road. If you need a disabled parking space, one can be reserved (via the benefice office).
There is a unisex toilet which is suitable for wheel chair users and there is baby changing facilities.
|Large print hymn books & service sheets available
|Baby change facilities