Disabilities Ministry

"And when they could not bring [the paralyzed man] to Jesus because of the crowd, they removed the roof above him..."
— Mark 2:3-4 (paraphrased)

The Disabilities Ministry is committed to opening doors and building bridges in the Church of the Brethren and beyond so that all may worship, serve, be served, learn, and grow in the presence of God as a valued member of our Christian community.

The disabilities ministry of the Church of the Brethren has partnered with ADNet, the Anabaptist Disabilities Network, to expand the resources available to Church of the Brethren congregations and individuals. Read more about the partnership, and use the links to the left to learn how your congregation can better support and advocate for our sisters and brothers with disabilities and mental health issues.

Disabilities Ministry News

A ‘can-do’ attitude marks the 2016 We Are Able workcamp
(August 6, 2016)

This past July, 12 people joined me in the hills of Maryland for the We Are Able workcamp. This annual Church of the Brethren program is...

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Open Roof Fellowship welcomes six new churches
(June 29, 2016)

Six churches were welcomed into the Open Roof Fellowship at the Mission and Ministry Board meeting in advance of Annual Conference in...

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Congregational Life Ministries and ADNet extend agreement to work together
(February 27, 2016)

In January 2016, Anabaptist Disabilities Network (ADNet) and the Church of the Brethren Congregational Life Ministries extended an...

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Anabaptist Disabilities Network Blog

Captioning Services
(08/01/16)

Public events such as worship services and meetings are central in the life of any faith community. Hearing and understanding what others say...


Youth Ministry for All Abilities
(08/01/16)

​When The Gathering Place focused on the theme of “Special Needs Ministry” in May, it brought together in one place ministry insights from...


Making a way where there is no way
(07/12/16)

​Matt Yeater can relate to Bible stories in which God moves in seemingly impossible ways. His own story is one of them.


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