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Disability Justice Resource

As an Association we want to increase our ability to respond to issues of disability and to depend our relationships with people for whom disability is a significant feature in their lives.  We want to ensure that we are enriched by the contributions that people with disability already make and can make to our Association 

Baptist Together Disability Justice Hub:

Baptist Together have a Disability JusticeHub that have produced resources for the church including articles on disability and ministry; deaf church and the Language of Disability  Click here to visit the national Racial Justice Hub


Calling From the Edge:

This is a booklet celebrating five years of conferences on disability and church: a partnership between St Martin-in-the-Fields and Inclusive Church.  Click Here view the Booklet

Thinking Differently About God:

Ann Memmott is autistic and faceblind, lives with arthritis and has nerve damage from chemotherapy for past cancer. Having been unable to use spoken language to communicate for the first ten years of life, Ann sometimes uses technology to assist. Her experiences of encountering anxiety around autistic people in church contexts have led her to pioneer work in this field. 

Things to Read:

  • Jean Vanier We Need Each Other: Responding to God’s Call to Live Together (Paraclete Press, 2018)

  • Shelly Christensen From Longing to Belonging: A Practical Guide to Including People with Disabilities and Mental Health Conditions in Your Faith, by Shelly Christensen (Inclusion Innovations, 2018)

  • The Inclusive Church Resource books Disability and Mental Health (Darton, Longman & Todd, 2014)

  • Sheila Hollins Going to Church: Wordless Book for those with Learning Disability (Books Beyond Words, 2017)

  • Andy J. Johnson (editor) et al Religion, Disability, and Interpersonal Violence (Springer, 2017)

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