Facilities and features

Accessibility

We have ladies , gents and a disabled toilet area that is easily accessible.

The ladies and disabled/unisex toilet has a baby changing area, and a nappy bins. Potties are also available.

The church car park is well laid out with spaces for 25 cars plus 2 dedicated spaces for those with limited mobility. There is limited additional on road parking but if parking on the road we ask that you are mindful of our neighbours. We can issue one off parking permits for busy service/event days. Please ask someone on duty and they will be pleased to help.

wheelchair accessible toilet with grab rails. Baby changing facilities

Our carpark is easily accessible and is a flat surface. The church paths give clear access for all .

Wall mounted in the entrance walkway to the church hall

The main porch has portable ramps that we can quickly put in place and at the rear of the building is a level entrance leading straight from the car park opposite the 2 disabled parking bays. We can open the double doors for wider access if needed.

Hearing (induction) Loop

We have the facility to enlarge print on request and are pleased to help.

Several of our congregation have attended a dementia aware couse run by Age UK

We are pleased to be able to offer these and have small quantities available on request. Please have a word with the clergy if you are attending a service or an event and we will ensure Eucharist and social events have gluten free available.


Our Building

please see
https://www.stmarysdavyhulme.org/our-history/
for more details


Music and Worship

We don't have a working organ now but we have a very accomplished pianist and is accompanied on many occasions by a talented violinist,


Groups, Courses and Activities

Brownies

Lent meditations Tues 8th March 7.30 p.m. in church for 5 Tuesdays

Guides
Mothers Union

Times: Monday to Friday, 09.00 - 12.00hrs
EARLY BIRDS
Venue: St Mary's Church Hall
Davyhulme Rd
Davyhulme
Manchester
M41 7BU
Contact: Erica Smith
Tel: 07944 267 021
e-mail: [email protected]

Rainbows

We support Stretford food bank. tinned and packet food donations can be placed in a box at the back of church


Help for Visitors


Other Features

#ComfortAndJoy

We have collection boxes at the back of church and donations are regularly taken to Stretford Food Bank. We also collect for Cornerstone and A Street Project in Manchester

We use Fair trade tea and coffee for our refreshments and there is often small selection of goods available after our 10.30 Sunday service and catalogues available too.

Please see our website for online enquiries , details of hall facilities and our calendar of available times

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