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I'm having more conversations with congregations that characterize themselves as multicultural.
For example, I met with a governing board of a Caucasian congregation that had recently welcomed 20...

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This web page lists 40 practical inclusion resources with tips, examples and templates to address food allergies, b’ nei mitzvah, mental health and welcoming people of all abilities.

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This resource serves as a primer for volunteers, staff, and congregants on the inclusion of people with disabilities.

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These personal stories offer perspective for leaders to make their congregations accessible and inclusive.

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This blog is for congregational leaders desiring resources for special needs inclusion, such as conferences, articles, ideas and best practices.

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This 11-page document gives leaders a process to assess their facility and conduct group interviews, evaluating the congregation's accessibility, policies, and awareness related to disabilities....

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This resource helps support congregations in their quest towards becoming places of welcome and belonging for people with disabilities.

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This manual provides processes and resources aimed at doing ministry with, instead of to, people with disabilities and their families.

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This guide for affirming congregations includes tips to create an inclusive community for LGBTQ people to feel “seen, heard and whole"

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This web resource provides a blog written by author Ryk Van Velden who answers the question, "What is multicultural congregation or ministry?" by describing the advantages and disadvantages of...

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This panel discussion considers what role parishioners, lay leaders, and clergy can play to support families of children or adults with special needs.

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