Visitors, Access & Facilities


Visitors

Many of our visitors are coming to a Wedding, Baptism or Funeral: information on how to find us is at Map. If you arrive early, there is no need to wait outside, come on in and take at seat. 

There is a toilet next to where the choir stand, behind the organ console. If you are unsure please ask a sidesperson (the person who hands out the books) for assistance. 


Information on Access and facilities is set out below.


We want coming to church to be an enjoyable experience for you and your children and we do realize that bringing young children to church can be very hard work! To help we have a separate children's area at the front right hand side of the church where they can draw, read or play with toys. Toy bags are available hanging on the back pew of the church by the entrance. The children are welcome to use these anywhere in the church. 


If you need to settle your baby, please feel free to walk around at the back of the church.  Toddlers can be noisy, or want to run around. In the interests of safety and for the sake of all attending the service, please attempt to discourage them from being too disruptive. 


You are very welcome to join us for tea and coffee (free) – in the Church Hall - after the service.


Access and facilities

There is a Church car-park, but it does tend to get full. The Thames Ditton village car park is 3 minutes walk – see Google Maps for where this is. 

We have wheelchair access and a hearing aid loop

At Common worship some of the books are in large font.

There is a toilet next to where the choir stand, behind the organ pipes. If you are unsure please ask a sidesperson (the person who hands out the books) for assistance.  

 

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