Disability

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Creative faith

“My art and my faith are definitely intertwined. One without the other is just not possible. And, art and faith and healing are also irrevocably intertwined. A lesson I have happily learned over time,” says artist and disability advocate Elizabeth Mosely from the Parish of Auchenflower-Milton

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Overhead projectors and wheelie walkers

“Sometimes involving unwell people or those living with a disability in church activities means things don’t quite go to plan. This is okay – and sometimes it is unexpectedly fantastic,” says an ACSQ community member and former disability pensioner

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Requiem for a ‘little one’: in thanksgiving for the life and legacy of Jean Vanier

The Rev’d Dr Jo Inkpin and The Rev’d Penny Jones reflect on the life and legacy of L’Arche founder Jean Vanier, who passed away recently:Operating on a not-for-profit ‘community model’ of care, people with disabilities remain at the core of L’Arche, affirming the centrality of relationships, the dignity of the image of God in everyone, and the values of compassion, inclusion and diversity”