The Wheaton Center for Faith and Disability is here to help you make your focus on disability more biblical, normative, and transformative so schools, congregations and para-church ministries become communities of belonging and flourishing for all.Learn More About Our Work
We seek to transform educational institutions into hubs of learning for students of all abilities.Learn More About Our Work With Schools
Our vision is to equip every congregation with the biblical training, robust theology, and practical resources that will free them to warmly welcome every worshipper and grow in God together.Learn More About Our Work With Congregations
We seek to equip national and international parachurch ministries as they create and support communities of belonging and flourishing for all.
Hear the heart of God for people impacted by disability as Dr. Thomas Boehm,
founder and director of the Wheaton Center for Faith and Disability, describes the Center’s purpose in this brief video.
The Beauty of God’s Design: have a part in helping schools and congregations become communities
of belonging and flourishing
When schools, congregations, and parachurch ministries are unequipped to engage with disability, the entire community suffers. We believe that the body of Messiah is rich and complex, and that disability is a vital component of community life. Our goal is to resource communities so that they are freed to fully embrace all people – regardless of ability – in education, worship, and organizational life.
Participate in our vision to transform schools across the globe through Scripture-centric special education.
Join us as we equip congregations to welcome and disciple all worshippers to be more like our Messiah.
We seek to support camps and parachurch ministries to expand their accessibility for individuals with disabilities.
The Wheaton Center for Faith and Disability has a $2.2 million goal for mission sustainability. Donate today to help advance the mission and support Wheaton College's new area of disability advocacy, innovation, and transformational engagement for future generations.