This Accessibility Mini-Audit is designed to help congregations analyze their church facilities, their methods of communication and their attitudes. It may be used to aid churches in identifying barriers that can cause persons with disabilities to be excluded from full participation in worship and other congregational activities. We realize that achieving the goal of full accessibility is a continuing process, but this audit can be a starting point. It is recommended that a committee of the church, including at least seven persons, be formed to do this audit. To be most effective, the committee should include the chair of trustees, pastor, lay leader, persons with disabilities and others interested in disability concerns. As the audit is made, it is important to consider what can be accomplished in a short period of time and which goals must be long-range.