Recipe for Church Inclusion

Three Ingredients That Will Guarantee a Place of Belonging with Persons of Varied Abilities. This seminar, sponsored by the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, is a pre-event available to those registering for the 2018 Association of Presbyterian Church Educators annual conference.


Date:

Tuesday, January 30, 2018 from 9:00AM to 3:30PM

Location:

Galt House Hotel, 140 North Fourth St
Louisville, KY

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Whether you have been in the inclusion kitchen for many years or are just beginning on the journey, are thinking about the area of children, youth, and/or adults, and whether you are a pastor, church educator, worship leader, ministry director, disability ministry coordinator, professional, volunteer, interested person, or family member - This is the pre-event for you! 

These ideas will impact 100% of your community members in a positive way. It will allow you to think about persons with identified areas of disability, those needing supports for a season of time, persons with dementia, congregation members who are English Language Learners, persons with AD/HD, congregation members who may process information more visually, intergenerational settings…yes – this is training on how to create places of belonging for all of us!

Spend the day with singer/song-writer Ken Medema, CLC Network director of church services Barbara J. Newman, and María Cornou from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship and discover how you can mix together:

  1. The Puzzle Piece Perspective (Biblical understanding of individuals and community)
  2. Universal Design for Worship and Education (built-in supports you can get ready immediately)
  3. Responsive Design (putting together supports based on the gifts and needs of a particular individual)

Cost is $40.00. Participants will receive free materials including Accessible Gospel, Inclusive Worship by Barbara J. Newman.

Sponsored by the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship.

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