Wesley Facts and Figures

For Visiting Preachers

Hymn Books
Hymns and Psalms, and Songs of Fellowship, are both used at Wesley.
Bible
The lectern bible, and the copies distributed in the pews, are Good News Bible.
Powerpoint
There are facilities for Powerpoint presentations in the worship area, with remote control of the computer. We advise visiting preachers and others wishing to use these facilities to contact the church office in advance, if possible giving us a sample Powerpoint file. Connection of an unknown computer to our projection system may give unsatisfactory results. We can project DVDs onto the screen.
Sound system
We have a small but versatile set of microphones, including body-pack radio mics. The sound system has the capacity to replay CDs. and we can project DVDs onto a screen.

Accessibility

Hearing loop
There is a hearing aid induction loop within the worship area. This will normally be functioning during a service.
Wheelchair access
All public parts of the church are accessible by wheelchair from the carpark. Because of the hilly nature of this part of Frome, we would not recommend that users of unpowered wheelchairs attempt to reach the church unaccompanied. Please contact the church office (01373 452383) in advance if you would like to be escorted from the carpark.
Toilets
There are wheelchair-accessible toilets on the ground floor. Please seek assistance from the stewards to reach these from the worship area.

Coleford Facts and Figures

For Visiting Preachers

Hymn Books
Songs of Fellowship (used mornings).
Hymns and Psalms (used evenings).
Bible
The New International, Contemporary English, and Good News Bibles are all available, both in the pulpit and in the pews.
Audio-visual aids.
The chapel does not possess either a computer or a video projector. It does possess an optical over-head projector.
Sound system
A microphone and loudspeaker system is in use in the chapel building. There is no hearing-aid loop.

Accessibility

There is step-free access to the chapel building, and to the accommodation in Douglas Yates Court.