Accessibility in houses of worship

Making your church hearing-accessible is a wonderful way to serve your congregation and create a welcoming space for everyone, regardless of their ability to hear.

The Loop Wisconsin site, managed by national Get in the Hearing Loop spokesperson Juliette Sterkens, is an excellent resource on how to loop churches and other houses of worship.

Breaking the Sound Barrier in Your Church – Compiled by the United Methodist Congress of the Deaf’s Standing Committee on Church Accessibility Promotion: Hard of Hearing and Late-Deafened People.

Churches With Loops

Check out this map on the Let’s Loop Seattle website to see which local places of worship are looped.