Disability

When a crucial need arose in Fellowship Reformed Church’s community, one member rallied her church to meet it.

A deaf congregation makes the good news accessible for heart and mind.

Children as young as ten are becoming full members at Woestina Reformed.

How alpacas and a warm welcome helped shape a new church’s vision for ministry.

Friends to Friends Community Church makes a point to have as few barriers to worship as possible. 

Even gifts and abilities that don’t appear to have a direct connection to ministry can be a way to spread God’s love. 

Each Saturday, West End Collegiate Church invites people who need mental or emotional healing to gather for food, fellowship, and a discussion on faith.

God brought Douglas Freeman to the right spot at the right time for ministry.

Noticing the need for specialized childcare among families whose children have disabilities, a New Jersey church began offering free childcare to alleviate the strain. 

In anticipation of the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Reformed Church in America and the Christian Reformed Church in North America are making known their contin