A2A

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“A2A” stands for “Accessible to All”. A2A is the terminology used within the United Church to refer to congregations that have completed the Accessible to All process and thereby made the commitment to be physically and attitudinally welcoming of people with disabilities. The A2A process has for may years been defined by the A2A resource “Any Body, Everybody, Christ’s Body”; the “process” is completed by completing the check list in the back of the A2A resource and sending this checklist to UCC Disabilities Ministries.

Becoming A2A–UCCDM acknowledges that becoming accessible will be different for each congregation, to become fully accessible may require different work for each setting. A2A is as much about becoming attitudinally welcoming to people with disabilities and mental health issues as it is about working to make our buildings physically and programmatically accessible to persons with disability.  The A2A process allows for churches to complete the A2A process, even if they are not fully physically accessible provided they have identified changes and created a plan to address those accessibility issues within the coming five years.

A2A Resource–The A2A Resource “Any Body, Everybody, Christ’s Body” has a section of this website devoted to it. It can be downloaded from our “About” page or here. For further assistance or guidance in using the “Any Body, Everybody, Christ’s Body” please contact the UCCDM Board.

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