Spiritual Support & Services

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Upcoming Events

 

JUNE

Date: June 24, 11 a.m.
Topic: Building Relationships Through Mutual Connection
Speaker: Rev. Sarah VanderZee McKenney

AUGUST

Date: TBA
Topic: It's Not So Different!: Supporting People with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities and their Families in Times of Grief & Loss
Speaker: Rev. Bill Gaventa

OCTOBER

Date: TBA
Topic: The Power of "How": People with I/DD in Congregational Leadership
Speaker: TBA

Resources

ARTICLES

Congretional Resources
  • Congregational Outreach Survey (pdf)
  • Religious Education Support Plan Adults (pdf)
  • Religious Education Support Plan for Children/Youth (pdf)
  • A Practical Guide for Congregations (pdf)


Mulit-faith Books

Islam:
- EnabledMuslim, a project of American Muslim Health Professionals (AMHP), is an online community for spiritual and practical support for Muslims with disabilities and their loved ones. http://www.enabledmuslim.org/ 
- MUHSEN provides a range of accessible services, education, resources and programs to encourage inclusion in your masjid.  https://muhsen.org/
 
Jewish:

Gateways
 provides free resources for Shabbat and Jewish holidays on their website. http://www.jgateways.org/Resources

How Inclusive Are We Congregation Assessment: 
 https://cdn.fedweb.org/fed-2/2/Synagogue%2520Self-Assessment%2520-%2520Revised.pdf

Matan B'nai Mitzvah Inclusion Guide: A program designed to teach B'nai mitzvah tutors about inclusion, and help them create meaningful and successful B'nai mitzvah experiences for children of all abilities.
 
Christian

Webinars (Archived)

Creatove Strategies for Inclusive Digital Worship
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Hidden in Plain Sight: The Power of Spirituality in Inclusive, Quality Supports
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Partnerships

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Stone Belt Arc is the local chapter of The Arc in Monroe County. The Arc is committed to all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities realizing their goals of living, learning, working and fully participating in the community. The combined strength of local Arcs, The Arc of Indiana and The Arc of the United States makes The Arc the largest national community-based organization advocating for and serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. Learn more about The Arc by visiting www.arcind.org and www.thearc.org.

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