Thoughts on wheelchair access

after talking with Jill.

Don’t want to sit in front because if you need to leave, everyone is watching you.

The back is preferable because you need a deeper space for the wheelchair.

A good idea to fix the problem of wheelchair people not being able to see the words is to hand out copies of the words to people who want them before the service.

Putting a sign where it would be clear that pushing the handicap button would open the “locked” doors would be useful. Especially because it is next to the visitor’s spot.

And I should read Joel Rosenberg’s books, starting with The Last Jihad.