Holland releases book on church and disability

The Rev. Rebecca L. Holland released her latest book “The United Methodist Church and Disability: Essays and Practical Tips for Churches, Clergy, and People with Disabilities.” The book is currently available in large print paperback and will also be available on Kindle on Monday,

Nov. 25. The book was made available for pre-order in October and has spent more than a week on Amazon as a number one bestselling digital new release in Methodist Christianity. It has also ranked as a number one bestselling digital new release in Ecclesiology.

Holland is the pastor at Christ Community United Methodist Church, 5715 Roselawn Ave., Altoona, and Llyswen United Methodist Church, 308 Coleridge Ave. Altoona. Holland is a visually impaired writer and the chair of the Disability Ministries Task Force of the Susquehanna Conference of the United Methodist Church. It is her hope that this book will inspire churches to consider new ways they can be more inclusive to people with disabilities. She also hopes to inspire other people with disabilities to chase their dreams.

The United Methodist Church and Disability is available in large print paperback and on Kindle from Amazon.com.


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