LIVE Conversation on the UCC Accessible to All Initiative
Sarah Lund

Join Conference Minister The Rev. Kent Siladi as he talks about the Accessible to All (A2A) initiative with The Rev. Sarah Lund, UCC Minister for Disabilities and Mental Health Justice, and Jaclyn Schofield, who serves on the UCC Disabilities Ministries Board.

A2A was developed by the UCC Disabilities Ministries Board to help Conferences, Associations and Local Churches offer God's extravagant welcome to people who live with disabilities and mental health issues. The A2A curriculum is designed to offer resources for evaluating the physical accessibility of churches, offices and events, as well as guidance in building a better understanding of people with disabilities and the gifts they can bring to our communities. 

Join in this conversation to learn how to become one of a growing circle of "Accessible to All" churches.

Sarah Lund was called to work on the national staff in April, and she also serves on the leadership team for the Bethany Fellows, a national program mentoring young pastors. She is the Open and Affirming Consultant for the Indiana-Kentucky Conference of the United Church of Christ.

Jaclyn Schofield is a resident of Greenwich, CT and member of the Second Congregational Church. She received her M.Div. from Yale Divinity School in 2007. Since 2008, she has worked as a Disability Inclusion Associate and team leader for the Disabilities Ministries Team of the Connecticut Conference. Previously she was the Chairperson for the First Selectman’s Advisory Committee on Disability in Greenwich. Currently, Jacky works as a Chaplain at Stamford Hospital in Stamford, CT

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