Our desire for Enfold Disability Ministry is that everyone is drawn into the body of Christ at Covenant to participate fully in our ministries. We are all growing in the Lord together, and our members and visitors with disabilities are vital to the body of Christ. Our fervent prayer is that we can help everyone connect with the Lord and with others in fellowship. If you would like more information or have questions, please contact Katie Flores, Director of Enfold Disability Ministry, at [email protected].
Adult with Disability:
We would love to get to know you and your unique needs. Please help us by answering this short questionnaire to let us know how to serve you. None of the information will be shared with anyone without your permission. If you prefer to download a paper copy of the form, you can do so by clicking here.
Parent or Caregiver of Individual with a Disability:
Help us get to know you and the unique needs of the individual in your care. Please click this link to fill out our online form. None of the information will be shared with anyone without your permission. If you prefer to download a paper copy of the form, you can do so by clicking here.
This is a wonderful ministry with which to serve. We are looking for people to pray for and encourage those in our congregation who are affected by disability. It’s simple and yet the most important way we can serve each other in the body of Christ. You will be resourced with everything you need to minister in this way. Please email Katie Flores at [email protected] to let her know you’d like to participate.
Please join Enfold Disability Ministry for a 6-week book discussion. We will read and discuss Mental Health and the Church by Stephen Grcevich, MD. This book thinks through ideas and solutions to helping remove barriers that those facing mental health concerns may face. Dr. Grcevich writes in light of the Gospel and the mission of the church. We will meet on Thursday mornings at 10:30 in the Youth Room from September 30-November 4. If possible, please buy the book and have the first two chapters of the book read for the first meeting on September 30. You may also come to the first meeting and purchase a book there. Email Katie at [email protected] to let her know you are coming.
We are now certified by KultureCity, an organization that focuses on sensory accessibility and inclusion. One in six individuals has a sensory processing need, and Kulture City has helped us gain tools to welcome these people well. We have signs hanging up to help all of us at Covenant know where these tools are located, as well as designated areas of our building to help make people comfortable. Please share this information with anyone you know who would benefit from these tools while on our campus. Download the KultureCity app to see our social story: