Other Churches with Christian Roots

The following are churches which have little or nothing in common between them except for their Christian roots. They generally recognize additional sources of inspiration other than the Christian Bible and may or may not identify themselves as Christian.

Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA)

The UUA’s website includes a section on Disability & Accessibility. There are a number of documents listed, including a congregational survey tool developed along with the United Methodist Church.

Mormons

The common name give to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS) and related groups which grew out of a 19th century American movement which recognized additional revelation given to Joseph Smith.

LDS has a Disabilities Resources section of the denominational website.  

LDS Ability offers additional resources.

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