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Accessibility at Trinity

Here at Trinity, we are committed to providing an inclusive and accessible environment for all worshippers. Our professionally inspected elevator ensures that everyone can easily reach the nave, where our main worship services take place. We are also committed to ensuring that everyone can fully participate in our worship services. For that reason, we offer a Telecoil service for individuals with hearing aids or cochlear implants.

Elevator Access


Features of the Elevator:

  1. Location: The elevator is conveniently located near the Courtyard entrance, making it accessible to all visitors, including those with mobility challenges.

  2. Spacious Design: The elevator car is spacious enough to accommodate wheelchairs, strollers, and individuals with limited mobility.

  3. Safety Measures: Safety features, such as emergency buttons and clear instructions, are prominently displayed inside the elevator.


How to Use It:

  1. Approach the Elevator: Look for the elevator sign near the entrance. Our friendly ushers and greeters are available to assist you.

  2. Press the Button: Inside the elevator, press the button for the nave level.

  3. Enjoy the Ride: Relax as the elevator takes you up to the heart of our worship space.


Additional Information:

  • If you have any questions or need assistance, feel free to ask our greeters or ushers.

  • We celebrate the inclusion that the elevator brings, allowing everyone to participate fully in our spiritual journey.


We look forward to welcoming you to Trinity Episcopal Church and sharing the joy of worship together!




What is Telecoil?

  • A Telecoil, also known as a T-coil, is a small coil of wire embedded in many hearing aids and some cochlear implants.

  • When activated, the Telecoil picks up electromagnetic signals directly from compatible sound systems, bypassing ambient noise and improving sound clarity.

  • It allows users to hear audio signals more clearly without relying solely on the external microphone of their hearing device.

How Does It Work?

  1. Switching to Telecoil Mode:

    • If you have a hearing aid or cochlear implant with a Telecoil, simply switch to the Telecoil mode.

    • Most devices have a dedicated button or setting for this purpose.

  2. In Our Worship Space:

    • Our church has installed a loop system (also known as an induction loop) that emits a magnetic field.

    • When you activate your Telecoil, it picks up the magnetic signal from the loop system.

    • This allows you to hear the spoken word, music, and other audio content directly through your hearing device.

  3. Benefits:

    • Improved sound quality: Telecoil technology reduces background noise and enhances speech clarity.

    • Inclusive experience: Everyone, regardless of hearing ability, can participate fully in our worship services.

  4. How to Use It:

    • Sit in the Nave of the church

    • Activate your Telecoil mode on your hearing aid or cochlear implant.

    • Enjoy a clear and personalized listening experience during the service.

Additional Information:

  • If you’re unsure whether your hearing device has a Telecoil, consult your audiologist or refer to your device’s user manual.

  • Our ushers and greeters are trained to assist you with any questions related to the Telecoil service.

We invite you to experience worship with enhanced clarity through our Telecoil system. Everyone is welcome, and we look forward to having you join us!

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