Websites

 

n      Access Ministry, McLean Bible Church

        http://www.mcleanbible.org/pages/page.asp?page_id=132215

n      Joni & Friends International Disability Center

        http://www.joniandfriends.org

n      Key Ministry

        http://www.keyministry.org

n      The Inclusive Church

        http://theinclusivechurch.wordpress.com/

n      Friendship Ministries

        http://www.friendship.org

n      Religion and Spirituality Division of the American Association of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

        http://www.aaiddreligion.org/

n      Disabilities and Faith

        http://www.disabilitiesandfaith.org/

n      Heart of the Caregiver

        http://www.theheartofthecaregiver.com

n      Interfaith Disability Connection

        http://www.interfaithdisability.org

n      Interfaith Initiative of he American Association of People With Disabilities (AAPD)

        http://www.aapd.com/site/c.pvI1IkNWJqE/b.5606969/k.7853/AAPD_Interfaith_Initiative.htm

n      Interfaith Disability Network

        http://www.interfaithdisability.org/

n      National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY)

        http://www.nichcy.or

n      Family Connection of South Carolina

        http://www.familyconnectionsc.org

n      South Carolina Respite Coalition

        http://www.screspitecoalition.org/

 

Books

 

n      A Place for All: Ministry with Youth with Special Needs

        2008, John Barone and The Monarch School, Winona, MN: St. Mary's Press

n      Including People with Disabilities in Faith Communities: A Guide for Service Providers, Families and Congregations

        Erik Carter, Paul Brookes Publishing, 2007

n      Learning Disabilities and the Church: Including All God's Kids in Your Education and Worship

        Cynthia Holder Rich and Martha Ross Mosckaitis, FaithAliveResources

n      Let All the Children Come to Me: A practical guide for including children with disabilities in your church ministries

        M. Breeding, .K. Hood, J. Whitwork, Cook Communication Ministries publisher

n      Special Needs Special Ministry for Children's Ministry

        Jim Pierson, Louise Tucker Jones, Pat Verbal, 2004, Group publishing, Inc.

n      That All May Worship: An Interfaith Handbook to Assist Congregations in Welcoming People with Disabilities

        look under interfaith initiative. American Association of People with Disabilities

n      The Child with Autism Learns the Faith

        Kathy Labosh, Future Horizons Autism Site

n      Welcome One; Welcome All

        Institute on Pastoral Initiatives, University of Dayton, Institute of Pastoral Initiatives

n      The Heart of the Caregiver, an 8-week in-depth study of God’s Word for today’s family caregiver

        Mary Tutterow, online at http://www.theheartofthecaregiver.com

 

Video

 

n      “We Will Not Be Hidden”, a film by Muslims with ‘Disabilities’.

        Part 1:  http://youtu.be/WtyuLbQwqu8

        Part 2:  http://youtu.be/R6RsJuqvLnE

        Part 3:  http://youtu.be/I66rSyohLkE

n      “Praying with Lior” , a film about a young man with Down syndrome as he approaches Bar Mitzvah, the Jewish coming-of-age ceremony.

        http://www.prayingwithlior.com.

n      “Welcome to Our World, a Message to Pastors”.

        http://mbctysons.org/pages/page.asp?page_id=98657

n      “Top Ten List to Start a Disability Ministry”.

        http://mbctysons.org/pages/page.asp?page_id=98658

n      “A Place for All”, Faith and Community for Persons with Disabilities.

        http://www.divacommunications.com/programs/documentaries/a-place-for-all/

 

Christian

 

n      American Baptist Church      

        http://www.nationalministries.org/disability_ministries/

n      Anabaptist      

        http://www.adnetonline.org/

n      Assemblies of God    

        http://abilitytree.org/

        http://www.ag.org/sundayschool/Training_and_Helps/Special_Needs/index.cfm

        http://www.enabled2serve.com/

n      Church of the Brethren          

        http://www.brethren.org/site/PageServer?pagename=Disabilities_ministry

n      Church of the Nazarene         

        http://www.nazarenecompassion.org/

n      Episcopalian

        http://www.disability99.org/

n      Evangelical Lutheran Church in America      

        http://www.elca.org/Growing-In-Faith/Ministry/Disability-Ministries/Resources.aspx

n      Free Methodist Church          

        http://www.freemethodistchurch.org/Magazine/Articles/Mar-Apr_2005/onemoresoul.htm

n      Latter Day Saints       

        http://disabilities.lds.org/disabilities/eng/

        http://www.ldsability.org/

n      Orthodox Christian    

        http://armsopenwide.wordpress.com/resources-2/

n      Presbyterian Church in America        

        http://pcamna.org/specialneeds/

n      Presbyterian Church (USA)   

        http://gamc.pcusa.org/ministries/curriculum/people_special_needs/

        http://gamc.pcusa.org/ministries/phewa/disability_concerns_consultants/

n      Reformed Church      

        www.rca.org/disability

n      Roman Catholic         

        http://www.catholicdisabilityteachings.com/

        http://www.disabilitiesandfaith.org/resources/guidebooks/GuidingPrinciplesInclusionLiturgy.pdf

        http://www.nafim.org

        http://www.ncpd.org

n      Seventh Day Adventist         

        http://www.nadadventist.org/article.php?id=25&search=disabilities

n      Southern Baptist        

        http://www.lifeway.com/menu/?id=201144&CID=RDR-SpecialNeeds

        http://www.namb.net/disabilities/

n      The Lutheran Church -- Missouri Synod       

        http://www.lcms.org/page.aspx?pid=913

        http://www.ldminc.org

n      Unitarian Universalist

        www.uua.org/leaders/idm/accessibility

n      United Church of Christ        

        http://www.uccdm.org

n      United Methodist Church      

        http://new.gbgm-umc.org/umcor/work/health/disc/taskforce/

 

Islam

 

n      Islam

        http://improvinginclusion.blogspot.com/

n      Islamic Society of North America

        http://www.isna.net/Leadership/pages/WHERE-DO-WE-GO-FROM-HERE.aspx

n      “Islam and Disability:  Perspectives in Theology and Jurisprudence”, Mohammed Ghaly, 2010.

 

Jewish

 

n      Jewish

        http://www.njcd.org

n      United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism

        http://www.uscj.org/Accessibility7508.html

n      Union for Reform Judaism

        http://urj.org/life/community/disabilities/

 


 

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