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Bridge Disability Ministries Conference – May 15, 2019
May 15 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Bridge Disability Ministries is a faith-based organization. Services are shaped by our ecumenical Christian values. We do not discriminate against anyone because of race, religion, creed, gender, age, national origin, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation or military status. Bridge Disabilities ministers to people with disabilities in 3 primary ways: 1) Equipment Ministry to keep people and supplies moving 2) Guardians who advocate for vulnerable adults, and 3)Spiritual Ministry merges faith and friends in a ministry of presence and belonging. This organization collaborates with various ministries at the Archdiocese of Seattle and a valued partner serving vulnerable adults.
Save-The-Date: Bridge Disability Ministries Conference – May 15, 2019
FLYER to share broadly!! 2019 Bridge Disability Ministries Conference – May 15, 2019
A 1-Day Regional Conference with the theme: Diversity in Unity:Imagining Our Faith Communities Differently
DATE: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
TIME: 9:00am –4:00pm
PLACE: Westminster Chapel / Bellevue
Registration:Churches & Organizations– 4+ Attendees: $110 (High school students with chaperone/teacher are welcome to attend)
For more info contact: Bill at 425/471-4530 or Dima at 503/462-5948
*Lunch and refreshments provided*
Maria Eugenia Cornou PhD, Author and Speaker, is Program Manager for Intercultural Learning at Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, an affiliate of Calvin University. From Buenos Aires, Argentina, Dr. Cornou taught Biblical Studies and served as Administrative Director at International Baptist Theological Seminary. Her unique background and global experience lend her keen insight into an understanding of inclusion based on creative purpose.
Barb Newman, M.A., Speaker and Consultant, holds her teaching certificate with cognitive impairment endorsement from Grand Valley State University in early childhood education and developmental delay with a concentration in autism spectrum disorders. Barb is the Director of Church Services at CLC. Her extensive experience in the field provides insight to agencies and churches working and serving in the field of disability.