Unitarian Universalists are committed to welcoming and affirming people of all abilities.

Nearly 50 million people (1 in 5 of the U.S. population) in the United States have a disability—visible or invisible, public or private.  For everyone, whether having a disability or not, the environment in which we live, learn, play, sing, work, meditate, reflect, and pray must feel welcoming in order for everyone to grow and thrive.

At Allen Avenue, we are wheel-chair accessible, including ramps to our entryways and an electric door opener on the entryway leading to the sanctuary.  There is an accessible rest room.  Our church is all on one level, no stairs, no elevators.

We have large print hymnals, large print orders of service and ear phones to help the hearing impaired. Service dogs are welcome.

Our Pastoral Care Committee exists to give direct aid to people with needs or to give appropriate referrals.