Accessibility at Mayflower


Individuals with a valid handicapped placard or a handicapped vehicular license plate may park in the ten handicapped-designated spaces located on the north parking lot or along the circle drive located on the southeast side of the building.

Accessible Entrances

Wheelchair accessible entrances are located on the north and southeast sides of the building. The north entrance and southeast entrances are equipped with automatic door openers to provide greater accessibility.


Wheelchair accessible restroom stalls are available in the men’s (located in the Christian Education wing), women’s (located in the main hallway), and gender neutral restrooms (located in the southend of the Christian Education wing).

Wheelchair Availability

A wheelchair is available for assistance. Greeters will connect you upon request.

Assisted Listening Devices

Assisted Listening Devices are available near the north entrance.


As part of the Widest Welcome initiative of Mayflower Congregational UCC, the Deacons are in the process of developing a church rideshare network, wherein we assure that members who are unable to drive themselves to church for whatever reason have available ride support from other members.
If you are in need or know of any member in need, please email:

Welcome Room

Our Welcome Room is a place for anyone needing space to move around or make noise or simply take a breath. The Welcome Room features a livestream of the worship service, so you won't miss a thing! All sorts of people need this kind of space for all sorts of reasons, so know that it's for YOU! The Welcome Room is located at the northeast end of Milligan Hall. One of our Deacons will be happy to direct you!


Seating for individuals in wheelchairs is available on the lower level of the sanctuary, along the outside aisle.
A lift enables wheelchair access to the chance on the east side of the lectern.

Bulletin Tablets

Tablets are available for those who would like a bigger screen than a smartphone or who need assistance accessing the digital bulletin. Deacons near the north entrance will assist you upon request.

Service Animals

We welcome service animals that have been individually trained to perform tasks or do work for the benefit of a person with a disability.

Food Intolerance

We offer a gluten-free option for communion.