Presbyterians for Disability Concerns welcomes those who affirm, support and advocate for the gifts, rights and responsibilities of persons with disabilities in the total life of the church. Four consultants are available to help with questions about welcoming persons with disabilities.
Resources and Articles
PC(USA) Disability Inclusion Sunday | Sunday, September 19, 2021
Natural Disasters, Health Crisis, & Other Crises: Congregations Supporting People with Disabilities
Walking With Wounded Warriors: Presbyterian Chaplain Works With Soldiers, Families to Provide Healing, Hope
By Toni Montgomery
When we hear about casualties of war, we tend to think about those who don’t return home. But many in the military do return home with wounds of various types and degree. For the Rev. Lucy Dergarabedian, who serves with a wounded warrior unit, helping these men and women has been part of her job for the past two years. | Read story
Prayer Litany for Celebrating Abilities and Love
Written by Eric W. Edwards (with a little help from his Mom, Christine Cornell)
Eric and Christine are members of Memorial Presbyterian Church in Appleton, Wisconsin. Eric is an active deacon, sharing God’s love with members of his “neighborhood.” He especially likes to go with a deacon buddy to deliver flowers making people happy. Eric also sends cards, makes calls and visits, offers hugs and prayers and never misses a meeting of the Board of Deacons. | Read the litany
Congregational Audit of Disability Accessibility & Inclusion
This Congregational Audit of Disability Accessibility and Inclusion was prepared by the Presbyterians for Disability Concerns (PDC) leadership team, in consultation with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Disability Consultants.
Living into the Body of Christ: Towards Full Inclusion of People with Disabilities
This disabilities paper was approved by the 217th General Assembly (2006), includes a study guide. | Download