Our Doors Are Open offers faith communities creative ideas and guidance to increase inclusion and accessibility for people with disabilities.

Opening Your Doors

Bring full participation of people with disabilities in your faith community by:

  • Form an Accessibility Committee
  • Identify Barriers
  • Make a Plan

Resources & Guidance

Our Doors Are Open has free help and support for your community:

  • Free Our Doors are Open Services
  • Quick Accessibility Tips
  • Accessibility and Inclusion Resources
  • Our Doors are Open Guide

Participating Communities

Learn who is participating in Our Doors are Open:

  • Find welcoming communities and congregations
  • Participating organizations
  • Project photo album



One of many stories of how local businesses and technology work together to create a more #welcomingcommunity!


#accessibility #inclusion

Spaces are limited RSVP by completing this google form https://t.co/2aDRHaRDJ8 …
Please let us know, how we can best include you at the workshop.
If you have any questions or bring the workshop to your community instead, email Teresa at tlee@faculty.ocadu.ca

Our very own Mike Walker will be offering an Our Doors are Open community inclusion workshop to the Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College at UofT tomorrow morning!
Sign up for workshops to make your community more welcoming: https://t.co/V1DCzRzO75

The Death of Cardinal Bernard Law and the Legacy of Clergy Sex Abuse https://t.co/0eTqQcfRKI

We're looking for photos!
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email: teresa.lee@alumni.utoronto.ca


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We all have a part to play in becoming champions for mental health. And it starts with learning. #endthestigma #mentalhealth #accessibilityWe have some space in our "Workplace Mental Health" webinar series that starts tomorrow afternoon, June 12th: accessontario.com/event/workplace-mental-health-webinar-series/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Another example of technology making inclusive practices more... accessible! Could this be a resource congregations can accommodate for? Or does it pose issues of privacy? #accessibility

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This program lets you be a blind person's eyes anytime from anywhere in the world.
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