That All May Worship


This print resource was first produced 20 years ago. Disability Concerns has been using it ever since then, because it provides so much helpful information and practical ideas—not just for including people in worship—but in all of church life. After the book went out of print, Disability Concerns has made photocopies (with permission!) and has continued to send it out to our Regional Disability Advocates, because it's so good. Now it's available again—online.

Who will find That All May Worship to be useful? People with disabilities and their family members, local congregations, seminaries, religious colleges and universities, and national religious organizations.  It includes sections on Affirming Language; Pivotal Role of the Religious Leader; Training for Ushers; Welcoming People with Mental Health Conditions; Care for Caregivers; Audit of Barriers; Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and more. 

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