Beyond Accessibility

Toward Full Inclusion of People with Disabilities

Brett Webb-Mitchell

Apr/2010, 160 Pages, PAPERBACK, 6 x 9

ISBN-13: 9780898696417



A church has built an accessibility ramp and perhaps refitted its restrooms to accommodate a wheelchair. Now what? This new resource by a noted author of several books on people with disabilities offers a theological and practical approach for congregations, with clear, targeted strategies for full inclusion of all members, recognizing and using the gifts that each member brings to the congregation’s life together.

Article by author Brett Webb-Mitchell from The Chapel Hill News

Brett Webb-Mitchell is an author, educator, and minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA). His Seabury books include Follow Me: Christian Growth on the Pilgrim's Way and On Being a Gay Parent: Making a Future Together. He leads pilgrimages in the U.S. and abroad and is the founder and director of the School of the Pilgrim. His previous books on people with disabilities include God Plays Piano, Too; Unexpected Guests at God's Banquet; Dancing with Disabilities, and with Diane Archer, Sacred Seasons.



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