The most common symbol for accessibility features an image of someone in a wheelchair—lifeless, helpless, passive. Temporarily able-bodied people tend to look at people who have disabilities that way, seeing need without recognizing capability and giftedness. A new icon pushes that stereotype aside.
Our church policy (based on complying with Revenue Canada) requires that we charge people to use our facility. We would like to open our doors (free of charge) as a witness in the community. Any idea how to do this?
One church's policy to help determine roles and responsibilities to open the church safely.
Have any of you successfully sold or donated your pews when you take them out? Wondering if anyone has had luck with this.