That All May Worship: An Interfaith Welcome to People with Disabilities

Interfaith Welcome: That All May Worship

That All May Worship: An Interfaith Welcome to People with Disabilities,  authored by Ann Davie and Ginny Thornburgh, is a guide that has helped transform congregations of all faiths into places where children and adults with disabilities are welcomed, honored and enjoyed. Since it was first published in 1993, over 70,000 copies of the handbook have been sold and distributed. It is now available online in both HTML and PDF formats.





Presentation: “The Prophet of Islam and People with Disability”

Mohammed Ghaly
In the video above, Dr. Mohammed Ghaly, professor of Islam and Biomedical Ethics, describes the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and his interactions with people with disabilities. The presentation was delivered at the 2013 Summer Institute on Theology and Disability Conference, an interfaith perspective on topics related to developmental disabilities, discussed by international theologians, scholars and authors.


Presentation on “Images of People with (Mental) Disabilities in the Islamic Tradition”

Mohammed Ghaly

In this video, Dr. Mohammed Ghaly, professor of Islam and Biomedical Ethics, describes images of people with intellectual disabilities throughout Islamic history. He delivered this presentation at the 2013 Summer Institute on Theology and Disability Conference, an interfaith perspective on topics related to developmental disabilities, discussed by international theologians, scholars and authors.