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Anabaptist Disabilities Network
3145 Benham Avenue, Suite 5
Elkhart, IN 46517
Phone: 574-343-1362
Ph/Fax: 877-214-9838

Open 8:30 am to 4:00 pm Eastern time, Monday through Thursday

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Welcome to ADNet Online!

We are excited to show you a first glimpse of ADNet's redesigned website with the release of the online edition of our February 2015 Connections Newsletter. Or visit the site by clicking on the photo below.

Other parts of the new site remain under construction. Watch for them to become public in coming weeks.  

After a major effort to surmount the problems of an aging historic building, Cincinnati Mennonite Fellowship celebrated their fortieth anniversary with a new wheelchair-accessible entrance that welcomes members and neighbors alike. Click the photo to read more about Cincinnati's accessibility efforts.

ADNet Seeking Half-time Director.

Anabaptist Disabilities Network (ADNet), a small non-profit in Elkhart, IN, is seeking a half-time Director. ADNet is dedicated to transforming faith communities when individuals with disabilities enjoy full inclusion in the Body of Christ.  Director roles include focusing on donor development, overseeing office and staff, guiding organizational communications and relating to the board of directors.

Download job description. Send resume to .

October 31, 2014

The ADNet Board of Directors has accepted the resignation of Tim Burkholder effective December 31, 2014, with appreciation for his leadership role and work as an advocate for persons and families who are coping with disabilities.

Tim Burkholder

As Executive Director for the past two years Tim brought energy and enthusiasm to ADNet’s vision and mission. Tim supported ADNet’s work with congregational accessibility, print resources such as the Connections newsletter, online information, workshops and seminars, and other resources that ADNet makes available to churches, families, and individuals who are facing the challenges of living with disability.

The board declares its commitment to fulfilling the mission of ADNet and to ensuring that the vision of its founders becomes a reality. With gratitude, we offer our best wishes to Tim and his wife Sharon they enjoy retirement and as they seek God's leading for the future.

In appreciation,

ADNet Board of Directors

Jim Smith 
Milt Stoltzfus 
Vyron Schmidt 
Linda Christophel
Rebecca Gascho
Gerald Meck
Keith Neuenschwander
Jonathan Shively

Congregational Partnership

Our offer to partner with your congregation as you take action to widen your welcome to people with disabilities 

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Our Vision: Faith communities are transformed when individuals with disabilities and their God-given gifts and experiences enjoy full inclusion in the Body of Christ.

Our Mission:
ADNet supports Anabaptist congregations, families, and persons touched by disabilities to nurture inclusive communities.

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February 2015 Connections Newsletter is now available on our redesigned ADNetOnline website. (The rest of the new site is still under construction).

October 2014 Connections Newsletter

5 Ridiculous Things You Probably Believe about Mental Illness. Blog post by Deborah Ferber, in response to the death of Robin Williams.

Photos from the 2014 Golf Benefit

June 2014 Connections is now online.

ADNet Speakers list has been updated! Invite an ADNet representative to speak in your congregation.

February 2014 Connections is now online

Church of the Brethren Partners with ADNet

The Journey of Disability Attitudes
ADNotes: Disability Attitudes

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