Accessibility Resources for Congregations

Unitarian Universalists are committed to welcoming and affirming disabled people. EqUUal Access has developed resources for your congregation to make that commitment a reality.

Please note! All of the links below will take you away from to the most up-to-date Congregational Accessibility Resources on the EqUUal Access website.

Accessible Ministry and Programs

2 cakes, one each with and without nuts & gluten. Decorated with words "Imagine" and "Our Wondrous Journey"

An example of dietary accessibility: Two carrot cakes with one that is nut and gluten-free. Both are clearly labeled. For even more accessibility, provide a separate area for nut and gluten free items.

Accessible Buildings and Grounds

A standing youth presents an award to an sitting elderly couple, one in a wheelchair.

A UU congregation recognizines the social justice work of two of their beloved members.

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EqUUal Access

We are Unitarian Universalists living with disabilities, our families, friends, and allies coming together for a common purpose: To enable the full engagement of people with disabilities in Unitarian Universalist communities and the broader society...

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