People who live with disabilities and their families are always welcome at any ministry run by Lower Mountains Anglican and on every Sunday. We also have specialisied programs where their needs can be specifically cared for and understood.

All our leaders are Child Safe accredited, hold up-to-date ‘Working with Children’ checks, and are trained to work with vulnerable people. Our facilities have accessible entrances and interiors, including ramps, wheelchair accessible toilets, clear signage, hearing loops and designated parking.

Accessibility and Belonging Committee
Proactively meeting the needs of the most vulnerable in our community and neighbourhood

Our accessibilty and belonging seek to ensure Lower Mountains Anglican is always a welcoming and safe place for people living with disabilities. Get in touch if you have a question, comment, or something you want to pass on.

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Accessibility Information

Glenbrook: Accessible parking is available for people who have either a permanent or temporary need of a walking frame, crutches, wheelchair or similar mobility aid as well as for people with chronic fatigue or pain.
Blaxland: Drop off parking is available next to a ramp entrance.
Mount Riv: Accessible parking space is located next to the gate entrance.

Glenbrook and Blaxland: Our ramp means access is easier for everyone, including people using a mobility aid, the elderly, little toddlers or carers pushing a pram.

Mount Riv: Access is via a path with no steps.

Glenbrook: We have an accessible toilet with grab rails to ease transfers, along with sufficient space for a caregiver, if needed. Plus a sturdy change table for babies and toddlers. 

Blaxland and Mount Riv: We have a toilet with grab rails to ease transfers.

All sites: Our hearing loop assists people using a hearing aid, to enjoy a more immersive and clear audio experience during gatherings.

Large print Bible enables easier reading for vision impaired or elderly people, as well as those with processing difficulties.

We have some in easy to understand English as well as some other translations. Let us now if you need a bible in your own language.

At the Glenbrook building, there’s a parent room up the back of the church where carers can take their infants and baby change facilities in the accessible bathroom. No one should stress if their kids make noise, everyone copes with it pretty well. In fact, we love it. Church is meant to be for everyone.

Games, art, good food, Bible talk and activities, music, outings

Jesus Club welcomes neurodiverse adults who want to spend time with others where their needs can be specifically cared for and understood. Everyone matters to God.

We meet every 2nd Tuesday night of school term from 6:30-8:30pm at our Glenbrook building - 1 Wascoe St