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

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

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Any congregation planning to build or renovate its facilities will want to use this resource by Marcela Rhoads, registered architect and specialist in understanding and fulfilling the American with...

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Written for the network of volunteer Church Disability Advocates in the Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRC) and the Reformed Church in America (RCA), DeYoung-RCA Coordinator of...

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What can congregations do to make their facilities safe and accessible for elderly participants? Churchman and legal expert David Middlebrook suggests a number of fixes that can make a difference...

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The Hospitality Audit is a free web resource designed by Chris Walker, Presbyterian pastor and church evangelism coach. The audit is a twenty-page downloadable survey to help congregations take a...

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This short (18 page) booklet is jam-packed with helpful information, practical strategies, and resources to assist congregations in various aspects of including and welcoming persons with...

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Congregations, families and persons with differing abilities learn to identify and embrace their God-given gifts, their ministry to one another and to the church at large through Anabaptist...

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Erik Carter states that a congregational community is an ideal place to share and strengthen faith, form lasting relationships, and develop special gifts and talents. Too often, though, people with...

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Here is help for people of religious faith-clergy and lay members with or without personal disability experience-positioned to make congregational decisions about accessibility and inclusion. Here...

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