Graffitti message on brick wall - "Everything has beauty but on everyone can see it." Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash


Accessibility + Disability

The opening and closing ceremony will have American Sign Language Interpreters. If you are planning to attend the Summit and would appreciate an ASL interpreter for any other times then opening or closing please contact us at [email protected] and we will try to accommodate your needs.

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary is wheelchair accessible. There is an elevator near #9 on the map coming from the back parking lot, not the front, and there is an accessible entrance to the chapel via a lift, located near the south-east corner. Volunteers will be present on campus to help you find your way.


Due to the policies of the Seminary, we are unable to offer childcare. There will be a family play area available throughout the Summit. This space will be set up with activities throughout the day for a range of ages, but The Summit will not be responsible for supervising children. Please note, there is no childcare on the campus and children must be accompanied by an adult (i.e. parent, guardian) at all times.


See the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary campus map here