Reports and Courses – Livability

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More Than Welcome

More Than Welcome is a new resource to guide your church in how to deepen relationships with disabled people and build a church where everyone belongs. Based on the idea of a journey – the resource will help your church go through three important stages, from a place of welcome, to inclusion, to participation. “Without …

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Life Together course

In five sessions delivered over ten weeks, Life Together uses prayer, discussion, presentation, group exercises, creative activities and multi-media elements to nurture your understanding of Christian community engagement. Designed to be accessible and engaging, each two-hour session is structured in four stages: Experience, Exploration, Reflection, Response (Green, Let’s Do Theology, 2009). A workbook with space …

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Make a Meal of It

Make of Meal of It is a resource to inspire churches to connect with older people in their community.

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My Faith Matters

My Faith Matters is a resource that has been developed to support people living with dementia to maintain, reconnect with, and explore what brings meaning to their life. It provides guidance, suggested questions and a template for people to complete to record what matters to them.

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Lifting the Lid

Lifting the Lid is a six week Bible study course focused on faith and mental health. Created with small groups in mind, drawing on well-known Bible stories, it’s a free study resource to help churches explore the topics of emotional and mental wellbeing, using the Bible as a guide.

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Building Kingdom Communities

As we seek to live out our faith, churches are getting involved in all kinds of activity in their communities. This is an invitation to theological reflection on your community engagement, exploring how asset- based community development offers an authentic approach for churches.

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Fullness of Life Together

Given the impressive scale and diversity of Christian community engagement, it is all the more important that we continue to reflect upon the nature of that work – the way it is being delivered and its impact. This report examines if our priority should be to build community first, or meet social need.

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Dementia Inclusive Church

We have teamed up with the Alzheimer’s Society to produce a practical guide for churches and other faith communities looking for practical advice on how to create more dementia-inclusive environments.

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Mental Health Access Pack

Livability, The Mind and Soul Foundation and Premier Life have teamed up to provide a compact, free resource, The Mental Health Access Pack.

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