Places of Worship in Jersey

The following Places of Worship offer the Hearing Loop System:
United Reform Church

St Aubin Methodist Church, St Brelade
St Aubin on the Hill, St Brelade
Grouville Parish Church
St Clement Parish Church
All Saints Church, St Helier*
St Andrew’s Church
St Helier Town Church*
St Mary and St Peter Church, St Saviour *
St Thomas’ Catholic Church
St Lawrence Parish Church
Tesson Chapel
St Mary Parish Church
St George’s Anglican Church, St Ouen
Bethesda Methodist Church
St Peter Parish Church
Ebenezer Methodist Church
Quennevais Evangelical*
Gouray Church, Gorey
St Matthew Catholic Church, St Peter*
Salvation Army, St Helier*
St Brelade Anglican Church
St Luke’s Church, St Helier
Baptish Church, St Helier
St Columba’s Church
St Helier Methodist Centre
St Paul’s Methodist Church, St Helier
St John Parish Church*
St Matthew’s Glass Church, St Lawrence*
Our Lady of the Annunciation, St Martin
Bethlehem Methodist Church
St Ouen Parish Church
Philadelphie Methodist Church
Georgetown Methodist Church
Sacred Heart, St Brelade
Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
St Martin’s Methodist Church
Eden Methodist Church

Churches marked with an (*) are definitely wheelchair accessible – I am currently investigating the others listed above. If your church is accessible, please could you let me know? Thank you.

A useful Calender of Church events has been supplied by Gill Carter. Please click on link for further information.

Gill has sent some additional helpful information:

Most Christian churches in Jersey are very accessible to disabled people but may have steps before you can get to the altar if you want to take communion. However all churches will arrange for the priest to bring communion to you if you speak to whoever is on the door when you come in!

Can I recommend:

The Parish Church of St.Helier, also known as the Town Church, has a service of Holy Communion on a Tuesday afternoon at 1 p.m. in the St.Helier Chapel. There are no steps needed to get to the front of this Chapel and many of us who attend this service have to use a stick to walk.

The first Tuesday of each month this service is followed by a simple bread and soup lunch in the entrance to the church. A donation of £3 is requested to pay for this lunch. All are very welcome!

There are also two disabled parking spaces in the Town Church grounds, available to those attending services.