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Creative Strategies for Inclusive Digital Worship
As pastor of a church where people with and without intellectual, developmental, and other disabilities lead and participate together, Bethany has had the opportunity to lead an ability-inclusive community every week over Zoom during the past year of the pandemic. This has given her lots of opportunities to experiment and discover some interesting ways to engage folks across the spectrum of abilities and disabilities. In this presentation she will guide participants through a selection of rituals, practices, and ways of engaging with God and one another during virtual worship. People of all faith traditions are welcome!

Apr 22, 2021 02:00 PM in Indiana (East)

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Rev. Dr. Bethany McKinney Fox
Pastor @Beloved Everybody Church
Bethany McKinney Fox is founding pastor of Beloved Everybody Church, an ability-inclusive church in Los Angeles where people with and without intellectual, developmental, and other disabilities, as well as neurodiverse folks, lead and participate together. She is director of spiritual formation for Cyclical LA, a church starting network. She earned her PhD in Christian Ethics at Fuller Seminary, MDiv at Columbia Theological Seminary, and BA in Philosophy with a minor in Russian Literature from UCLA. Her recent book Disability and the Way of Jesus: Holistic Healing in the Gospels and the Church (IVP Academic, 2019) examines how Jesus' healing in the Gospels, too often used in ways that wound people with disabilities, might point a way toward real healing and mutual thriving. She is ordained in the Presbyterian Church (USA). When she’s not making music with her violinist husband, they’re exploring L.A., cooking fun food, or engaging with Gozo, their dog.