As we draw near to the end of 2020, it's important that we take time to both lament and reflect on the important lessons we have learned about community.
This article identifies several disempowering attitudes that create a lack of trust in the church of people who are blind or have low vision.
What barriers of architecture, communication, and attitude are keeping people with various disabilities from coming or getting involved in your church? This tool from Disabilty Concerns will help you identify these barriers and give ideas for overcoming them.
This hymn was commissioned for a national conference on disabilities hosted by Second Presbyterian Church in Little Rock, Arkansas. Presbyterians for Disability Concerns has posted it on their website. This hymn was included in the United Church of Canada’s hymnal supplement, More Voices.
If it is true that people are excluded from church for social- skill reasons, what changes might be instituted within the social environment that would benefit not only persons with disabilities but the larger population as well? What “social ramp” would cause more people to have access and find social acceptance?
Caring begins with something as simple as a friendly greeting. Here are some tips for proper etiquette with a person with a disability.