United Church of Christ

Blog: Disabilities and Mental Health Justice Speaks Out

Celebrating God’s call for disabilities and mental health justice to be included in the vision of a just world for all.

An Interfaith Reflection on the ADA: 30 Years Later

An Interfaith Reflection on the ADA: 30 Years Later

July 22, 2020 – Benedictory Prayer

Rev. Michelle Beadle offered this prayer as part of the Interfaith Disability Advocacy Collaborative celebration of the 30th year of the Americans with Disabilities Act. 

Get to know the UCC’s Minister for Disabilities and Mental Health Justice: Rev. Dr. Sarah Lund

Sarah LundSarah is passionate about loving God, her family, and being part of faith communities. Her personal mission is to partner with others to share God's healing and hope.  She is an ordained minister with standing in the United Church of Christ and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and has served as pastor to churches in Brooklyn, NY, Minneapolis, MN, and New Smyrna Beach, FL. Sarah also served as Regional Minister for the Florida Conference of the United Church of Christ where she worked with congregations on vitality and renewal. After serving Christian Theological Seminary as Vice President for Advancement, Pastor Sarah was called in January of 2018 to serve as senior pastor of First Congregational UCC of Indianapolis, IN. (Read more.)