Forum: May 2016

Quaker meetings adapting to disabilities It was with excitement that I viewed the cover of Friends Journal’s March issue, as I am keenly interested in both issues of disability and inclusion. My takeaway after reading, and in some cases re‐reading, the articles is that not all disabilities are created equal. It was heartening to read the successful manner in which Maryhelen Snyder’s experience of being hearing‐impaired (“Love Story”) was addressed by her meeting in McLean, Va. I have frequently needed to discern the role of worship as🔒

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