How wide is your embrace?

Because Salvage Garden is dedicated to reclaiming the value of all individuals, we facilitate conversations with faith communities and community organizations about inclusion.

Salvage Garden can provide creative, context-specific tools to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities and others who have been othered.

A wide(r) embrace ©

Workshops and presentations focus on expansion (most often referred to as inclusion), diversity, difference, advocacy, accessibility, belonging, tolerance, hospitality, embodied theology, and disability theology.

Melissa Guthrie Loy has been an adjunct professor at Wake Forest University School of Divinity and a guest lecturer at the Institute for Disability and Theology. Conversations are happening in churches, schools, and community groups.

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Contact Salvage Garden to tailor a presentation to meet your needs.