Sandra Peoples

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FIRST-PERSON: 3 ways to help kids with disabilities feel more comfortable in worship

Lighting that’s too dark or too bright, lots of people coming in at the same time to find seats (many of them shaking hands or hugging), and music and voices from the stage can all be overwhelming to kids with sensory sensitivities and disabilities such as autism.

FIRST-PERSON: 3 steps for welcoming kids with special needs to VBS

Last summer on the final day of VBS, I stood at the back of our worship center with one of our staff members as we scanned the crowd of kids singing and dancing along to the Destination Dig theme song.