Faith and Disability

Autism- and Children-friendly Holy Week Worship

By: 
The Rev. Mary E. Davis

Children on the autism spectrum and their families are welcome for worship this Holy Week!
​These specially designed services are relaxed, interactive and appeal to multiple learning styles while allowing children to meaningfully enter these most holy days.
MAUNDY THURSDAY, April 13th, at 4pm
​GOOD FRIDAY, April 14th at 4pm.  All are welcome!

 

 

"It's My Turn!" Vacation Bible Camp

Camp for kids on the Autism Spectrum

Mark your calendars and RSVP if you are interested in learning more about helping with this pilot program. 

Capital Campaign Video

Founded over a century ago, St. Paul's Episcopal Church continues to thrive.  St. Paul's vibrant and inclusive Christian ministry moves within Chatham, the Diocese of Newark, and throughout the world. Now is the time to address the physical inaccessibility of our building and our need for a new organ. Stepping forward, boldly, in faith will open new possibility and potential for God's movement in the years to come.

"Disability and Faith" Series

By: 
The Rev. Mary E. Davis

This coming Sunday, October 19th, guest preacher and teacher, Heather Webster will be joining us.  She has been advocating for her children for the past decade. Meeting their mental health needs at home and in school has been a full-time vocation. She has parented through stigma and discrimination, crisis and recovery, and diagnosis and treatment. Heather is also a student of disability studies and is a budding author and public speaker. This Sun, Oct 19th, she will debut her story from our pulpit at 8 and 10 am, and will be available for conversation during coffee hour.

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