wheelchairThe word ‘catholic’ means ‘universal’ — for all people, at all times, at all places. The pastoral staff and ministers of our parish are always engaged in efforts to make sure that our facilities are inviting and accessible, and that members and visitors of all ages and abilities are made to feel welcome. 

  • There are two handicap ramps: one is located at the rear entrance; the other is located at the side entrance behind the office.
  • Handicap parking spaces are available near each ramp.
  • Priority seating is available for those with disabilities.

Communion: If you have difficulty approaching the sanctuary for communion, please speak with the priest before Mass and he or a Eucharistic minister will bring Communion to you.

 

hearing-impaired

Christ the King church has an assistive listening system to help hearing impaired persons listen to our worship services.  Devices may be found in the sacristy. If you need assistance, please speak to the priest or a hospitality minister.

Web Accessibility for the Disabled

This site has been designed using XHTML and CSS, two standards of modern web development, so that as much content as possible is accessible to people who have disabilities.

The page templates of this site have been tested and validated by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and adhere to World Wide Web standards, as validated through their online testing services. Some individual pages may not validate entirely due to certain circumstances.

 

If there are other accessibility issues that you would like us to consider, please visit the “Contact Us” page and let us know!