Donate to CAN!
Donations to CAN are Tax deductible.  Click the button below to use your credit card online.
Or send a check to the address on this page.
Contact us!
Congregational Accessibility Network
(CAN)
1406 S. 14th St.
Goshen, IN 46526-4544
Phone: (574) 383-9398
Fax:
E-mail: info@accessibilitynetwork.net
Visit our website: http://www.accessibilitynetwork.
  net

Google
WWW (CAN)
Lutheran Churches

Lutheran churches take their name from the 16th century reformer, Martin Luther, who is credited with beginning the Protestant Reformation and splitting the nominal unity of the Roman Catholic Church in western Europe. The Lutheran Church became and still is the state church in parts of Germany and northern Europe, but has spread to North America and other parts of the world as well.  Lutherans retain many of the Catholic liturgical practices while being very Protestant in theology. 

Lutherans and Disabilities

Two major Lutheran denominations in the United States have resources on including persons with disabilities:

  • Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA)
  • Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS)
  • Lutheran Network for Mental Illness / Brain Disorders is a joint site on mental illness.

Bethesda Lutheran Communities, Inc.
Bethesda operate a number of programs throughout the U.S. to enhance the lives of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Evangelical Covenant Church
The Evangelical Covenant Church has its roots in Lutheranism, but could also fall under the Free Church category.  See their Disability Ministries site.

Login Button

Congregational Accessibility Network (CAN)