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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