Disability Concerns Leadership Training Event 2021

Save the Date! Disability Concerns Leadership Training 2021


Register today! 

Date: Wednesday and Thursday, August 11 & 12

Time: 11 am to 2 pm Eastern

Location: Online! 

This year Disability Concerns will once again be hosting our annual leadership training event online. Everyone who wants to build their church's capacity for ministry with people who have disabilities will want to be a part of this event! We will meet online both days from 11 am to 2 pm Eastern.

This year’s topic: Who’s missing in my church?

Have you asked yourself, "Who's missing in my church?"

The goal of Disability Concerns is to bring about the full participation of all people with disabilities in the life of the church, and the full participation of the church in the lives of people with disabilities.In today's society, people under 30 expect public spaces and institutions to be accessible in every way, yet many churches are not.

This year we will initiate long-term conversations focused on developing church communities that create accessible spaces for the next generations, particularly millennials and Gen Z. These generation have grown up in education systems that understands and responds to the needs of all students, including those with disabilities, but this has not been the case in our churches.

Join us for conversations on how we can expand our capacity to welcome this demographic and make way for many generations to come.

Bookmark this website: bit.ly/whosmissinginmychurch

To find out more and to access ongoing updates as we move closer to the event, bookmark this link: bit.ly/whosmissinginmychurch

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