Group Banner Image:   About-Us-Banner-image

Information about accessibility  

Welcome to St Alfege Church and we hope you enjoy your visit whether you come to worship and/or to explore this wonderful Nicholas Hawksmoor church and learn about our rich heritage.

Welcomers and/or Open Church volunteers are here to assist should you require information or help.  

Ramp access 
There is currently a ramp which is steep to access the south entrance.   Wheelchair users will need assistance. There are five steps at the main west entrance, so people using walking aids or pushing a buggy may find it easier to use the ramp.     Please let the church welcomers or Open Church volunteers know to ensure the south door is open.   

Please let a welcomer know if you would like to receive communion where you are sitting. 

Induction loop
An induction loop for people who are hard of hearing is in operation at services and concerts.  


A number of items are available in braille at the welcoming desk which is on your left hand side as you enter the church through the main door.   This includes our hymn book (Hymns Ancient and Modern New Standard)  and also copies of the weekly Eucharist; Baptism; and Midnight Mass.   There are also large print versions of the hymn book and Eucharist at the welcome desk. Our welcomers would be delighted to provide you with braille copies of services and/or help you navigate the building.  Please let us know if we can assist you.

If for any reason you would prefer to receive communion where you are sitting, please let a welcomer know. 

There is no public parking at St Alfege Church but it is possible for those requiring disability access to arrange a day permit via the office. 

At present, we only have one accessible toilet in the church hall. The toilet in the church cannot accommodate people with mobility needs or aids, nor does it offer baby changing facilities. 

Assistance dogs
Assistance dogs are welcome in the church at all times and other areas. Water can be made available for them.

Improving access

We are working to improve access to and facilities in the church as part of our Heart of Greenwich Place and People  project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. This will include the development of a new access ramp, a new entrance visible from the street on the north side facing the town centre and two fully accessible toilets.  

If you have any questions regarding accessibilty at St Alfege Church please telephone 020 8853 0687 or

The church is an equal opportunities employer which seeks to be compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act. We seek to make reasonable adjustments for all staff with disabilities

Thank you for visiting our website.

Are you able to help us with a 2 minute survey about the website?

Yes, sure.No thank you.


1. What motivated you to visit to the St Alfege Church website? (tick all that apply)

St Alfege Church email/newsletter
St Alfege Church Instagram
St Alfege Church Twitter
Other social media
St Alfege Church poster or signage
Google search on local history
Word of mouth   
Other, please specify 

2. Had you heard of the Heart of Greenwich Place and People project at St Alfege Church before looking on the website?


3. Was there specific information you were interested in exploring via the St Alfege Church website?
Community Engagement work
Planning a Visit
Information about the history of the church
Google search on local history
No, none
No, wanted to find out about the project in general
Other, please specify 

4. How would you rate the following? (Please give one rating for each item)
  Very Good Good Neutral Poor Very Poor n/a
Level of information available
Satisfaction with the content available
Relevance of information
Perception of quality of information 
Interesting range of information available 

5. To what extent would you agree or disagree with the following statements? (Please give one rating for each item)
  Strongly agree Agree     Neutral Disagree Strongly disagree n/a
I want to see more things like this
I enjoyed it
I learned something new
I now have a greater understanding of the church
I felt inspired
6. Please share any additional thoughts you have about the website: