At Soul Food Christian Community, we value all people as made in the image of God. We love the rich diversity of God’s people and we know that gathering together can have some unique challenges if you live with a disability, mental health challenge or need psychosocial supports.

In our small community we currently have people with a lived experience of disability – Deafness, Autism, neuro-diverse learning styles, plus carers and support workers. We aim to provide an inclusive environment for our gathering at The Table. We are a small team of dedicated volunteers who would love to welcome you too. Please reach out via our Contact Us page so we can discuss your accessibility needs.

There is no official children’s program at The Table, but we aim to have a gathering where children are welcome and can be a part of the community alongside their caregivers.

We strive to make our teaching and what we do easily understood by all.

Our current site is wheelchair accessible for the gathering space where dinner, the talk and prayer are held.

We do not have disability accessible toilets. Toilet facilities are spacious but do not have grab rails or other ambulant features or changing facilities. We apologise for this inconvenience.

A NAATI qualified Auslan interpreter is on site most weeks. This cost is covered by individuals in our community and Deaf visitors are very welcome.

Our gathering usually goes for two hours.