Downtown Location (120 S. State St., Ann Arbor, 48104):
Entrances and Parking
There are two handicap accessible entrances to the downtown church. The west entrance which is the main entrance during the week is located off Washington street and has parking for 42 cars with 2 permanent handicap parking spaces. These spaces are just to the right of the entrance on the east side of the lot with an accessible curb cut between them.
The second accessible entrance is off South State street by way of a circular drive exiting onto Washington street. This drive is for dropping off and picking up only. The ramp (called the Promenade) leads to either the sanctuary entrance (doors on the right) or to the chapel and offices (doors on the left).
On Sundays during worship the west entrance parking lot is reserved specifically for first-time visitors, and for those with mobility issues, which includes young families who have to struggle with strollers. Additional handicap designated spaces are available. You will still be welcomed to pull through to drop people off and then continue to find parking elsewhere. Thank you for your courtesy to make the parking lot available on Sunday mornings to those who really need it.
This is our main entrance and is accessed from the church parking lot off Washington St. The 2 sets of double doors have automatic door switches. These doors enter onto the ground floor.
Promenade Circular Drive Entrance
These doors are used mainly during worship services and are locked during the week. The ramp leading up to the doors is accessible however there is no automatic door switch at this time. These doors enter onto the First floor.
The elevator is located inside the west entrance just to the left. It goes to 3 levels:
Ground Floor: access to social hall and nursery
First Floor: sanctuary, church offices and Wesley lounge
Second Floor: classrooms
Handicap accessible restrooms are available on each floor.
On the ground floor there are two handicap accessible restrooms to the left and one to the right of the west entrance.
First floor: across from the entrance to the front of the sanctuary, just outside the main office.
Second floor: to the left of the elevator
Seating in Sanctuary
There are pew cuts in the front, middle, and rear sections of the sanctuary allowing extra room for seating with wheelchairs, scooters, walkers, etc. with companion seating nearby.
Vision and Hearing Aids
Large print bulletins & hymns are available at the entrances to the sanctuary as well as assisted listening devices. See ushers for help in locating them.
Wheel Chairs and Walkers
There is a courtesy wheel chair available next to the elevator on the ground floor and a second wheel chair near the Promenade Entrance on the first floor. This wheelchair is kept in the north closet of the narthex outside the sanctuary.
A walker is also available for use and is located in the north closet of the narthex.
Entry to Social Hall
Accessible entrance to the social hall is from the ground floor at the west entrance via a ramp just to the right of the steps.
We strive to be a Peanut free environment.
Gluten free crackers are available for communion
A pdf file of the floorplan for our downtown location is available.
Green Wood Location (1001 Green Road, Ann Arbor, 48105):
Directions and Parking
The Green Wood church is located off of Green Road just north of Glazier Way. There are two permanent handicap parking places located near the front entrance. There is a sidewalk cut and easy accessible entry to the front door with one short ramp.
Once inside, there are two restrooms to the left of the small kitchen area.
The sanctuary is located just after the entry vestibule on the same floor. There are rows of portable chairs which can be moved for wheel chair, scooter and walker access. Personal assistance is easily obtained from fellow parishioners. The sanctuary can be converted to social hall functions by removing the chairs and setting up tables.
A pdf file of the floorplan for our Greenwood location is available.
Our Access and Welcome Teams are working to make sure all are welcome and able to access our church facilities. Do you have a concern or suggestion about accessibility and our church? We now have an email address you can send your concerns or suggestions to: email@example.com The contact person is Mary McClusky.