Disability Concerns Canada October Series: Everybody Belongs, Serving Together

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Join us as we explore our newest resource together:

Everybody Belongs, Serving Together: Inclusive Church Ministry with People with Disabilities.

This October, every Thursday evening at 8 pm Eastern, join us for a conversation focused on this resource.

We will come together to discuss practical advice for developing relationships and encouraging everyone in your congregation to use their gifts for God’s glory. Every week we will dive into a section of the book to explore ways of increasing accessibility and fostering belonging.

Our speaker lineup includes:

October 7th - No Weaker Parts: Everybody is Indispensable

  • Mark Stephenson, director of Disability Concerns Ministry, CRCNA

  • Cara Milne, Regional Disability Advocate for Classis Alberta South/Saskatchewan; author, trainer, and consultant

October 14th - The 5 Stages: Changing Attitudes

October 21st - Curing vs. Healing

October 28th - Belonging Beyond Being There: Knowing that We’re Contributing and Loved

Exciting, right?! Make sure to save the dates in your calendar!

Find out more about this event and how to register by visiting our event website: https://bit.ly/dcc2021series

For those joining the event, the cost of admission includes a copy of the resource. However, should you be interested in getting more copies, we have made this resource available in many formats just for you!

Note to our advocates: 

Church and Regional Disability Advocates should have received their print edition in the mail along with a postcard to share with a friend/church community and an information letter on the resource which includes a promo code for this event. This October series is a way for you to become familiar with this content to share with your church community. Looking forward to seeing you at the series!

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