1804295568_5b2235ab33_zNetworks of people with similar interests and experiences can bring added perspective to our faith journey with disabilities.  Telephones and computer technology have enabled many persons to foster communication, conversation, and friendships across many miles, even when they may not be able to get out much in their local community.  Being a part of a community that understands our challenges as well as our desire to use our gifts can be a vital part in maintaining connections or reconnecting with a local community of faith.Here are some specific ways in which CAN helps individuals and families build connections with faith leaders and advocates.

Email lists

Join the CAN Email list.

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Social Networking

Visit our Facebook page!

Visit our Twitter feed!

Let us know what your social networking preferences are.  Do you use social media such as Facebook, Twitter, or others?  Is this better for you than email discussions?


Coming soon!  A new CAN blog!

Blogs from others.  A collection of other blogs on topics related to faith and disabilities.

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Contact CAN

Congregational Accessibility Network (CAN)
1840 Homewood Ave.
Williamsport, PA 17701-3935
(574) 383-9398