Parking: A limited number of handicap accessible parking spaces will be available directly in front of DPAC’s entrance on Vivian Street. We will have Durham police officers assisting in that area; please notify them if you need availability. In addition, each parking garage has multiple handicap accessible spaces. You must have a valid handicapped placard in order to park in one of these areas.
Seating: Each level of DPAC has handicap accessible seating areas and space for wheelchairs. Elevators are available to each level.
Sign Language Interpretation: There will be reserved seats for best viewing of sign language interpretation in Section 2, Row F during the 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. services on December 23.
Sensory Sensitivity: Summit services are engaging with light and sound, so please plan ahead for a stimulating environment. If you or your child would benefit from headphones to dampen the sound, feel free to bring your own pair.
If the service may feel overwhelming for you or someone you know, we invite you to join us on Dec. 17 at 3 p.m. at the Brier Creek campus (South Auditorium and Studio 712) for our low-sensory Christmas service, where the lights are up and the sound is down. This service is a great opportunity for those with and without sensory sensitivities to worship the birth of our Savior together!
For help with handicapped seating or other special needs, please visit the guest services desk in the main lobby of DPAC.