Four free tickets available to The Summer Institute on Theology and Disability
The Summer Institute on Theology and Disability brings together academics, theologians, practitioners and others - people with and without labeled disabilities - to explore the inclusive intersections of theology and disabilities. This year there is a community day, May 26, where people who are thinking about how to include folks with disabilities in their congregations can come together and talk. Erik Carter, author of "Including People with Disabilities in Faith Communities," will speak during an afternoon plenary. The South Georgia Annual Conference has four free passes for this community day (a $50 value) to give to four people interested in thinking how their congregation can be the most inclusive place it can be. Please email Rev. Stacey Harwell-Dye (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in going. The event will be held in Atlanta at Georgia State University on Tuesday, May 26, from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.