Gospel-Centered. Disability-Focused. Church-Based.
We are the denominational disability ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). We serve 1,900+ churches and church plants across North America.
People of all ages who have disabilities. We help children, teens, and adults of all ages grow in their faith, become enfolded into their churches, find fellowship, and use their gifts to serve the church.
Their families. Disability also impacts families. We seek to foster a love for the Lord and his church in the family unit by connecting them to resources for their spiritual growth, to local congregations, and to other families like theirs.
Church context. Every church is unique in its context and culture. We come alongside local congregations to encourage authentic, organic disability ministry that fits their unique expressions of the body of Christ.
Doing disability ministry. Instead of having a disability ministry, we want to see churches doing disability ministry by embracing the unique needs of people living with disability and responding with mutual and genuine relationships.
Existing ministries. Our approach is not to encourage separate disability ministry programs. Our goal is to strengthen a church’s existing ministries by learning how to make adaptations and accommodations that enfold people touched by disability.
Small steps. Disability ministry can be intimidating, but every congregation can develop a series of small steps that can be sustained over time to address the unique needs of its families touched by disability.
Outreach. We equip congregations to engage their communities by reaching families living with disability and welcoming them into the church.
We want to engage with you! Please connect with us and let us know your interest in people who have disabilities and ministry to and alongside them.