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Transforming lives Through Jesus With Disabled People
Through the Roof 2016 > Our Programmes

Our Programmes

Our work is covered by three programmes -- follow the links below to find out more.

  • Churches Inc – equipping churches and organisations to enable disabled people to be fully involved
    • Churches Inc's International Work - Equipping, empowering, and Resourcing churches in developing countries to fully include disabled people, and to share inclusion in their communities.

  • Disabled Christians Fellowship – providing support and fellowship for disabled people and their families.
  • Wheels for the World – demonstrating God’s love for disabled people through the gift of a wheelchair or mobility aid and a Bible in their own language.

 

Through the Roof is an Affiliate of US ministry, Joni and Friends (JAF), and to maximise effectiveness seeks to work in partnership with other agencies, both large and small, where these organisations share TTR’s core values.



Churches inc

Churches inc is one of the programmes of Through the Roof.  It is all about valuing disabled people and encouraging churches that, in our... read more»

DCF

Since 1959 Disabled Christians Fellowship has been changing the lives of Christians with disabilities through the support and fellowship it provides for disabled people. People continue... read more»

Churches Inc International

The church is God’s vehicle for changing lives, and it needs to be equipped, empowered and resourced to include disabled people fully in all... read more»

Wheels for the World

The World Health Organisation reports 20 - 30 million disabled people need wheelchairs – most of these people will have a lack of hope... read more»