Roofbreakers

Roofbreakers

Our Roofbreaker project aims to break down the barriers faced by disabled people in Christian life. It is funded through donations, including from Benefact Trust.The Benefact Trust logo, showing a golden flower graphic

Find out how you can get involved with Roofbreakers here…

 

 

  What is a Roofbreaker?

What is a Roofbreaker?

Roofbreakers enable:  Inclusion Participation Belonging  for disabled people in churches and Christian activities  “they went up on the roof and lowered the paralysed man on his mat through the tiles into the middle of the crowd, right in front of Jesus” (Luke 5)  The...

  Sign up to Become a Roofbreaker

Sign up to Become a Roofbreaker

Thank you for considering becoming a Roofbreaker - your membership of this movement is going to help transform lives and enrich churches all around the UK. Fill in the form below, and we'll get back to you very soon. If you'd like to find out any more before signing up, please

  Support for Roofbreakers

Support for Roofbreakers

Here to support you… Monthly ‘bite-sized’ emails will keep Roofbreakers up to date with latest news and events. The ‘Roofbreaker Team’is here to support and encourage Roofbreakers. Please contact them by email. Free training is also available to all Roofbreakers and their churches/ministriesFollow this link to find out more...

  Training + Resources

Training + Resources

Training FREE workshop exclusively for Roofbreakers and their churches  (This will be delivered online via Zoom) See how your church can break down some of the barriers that may prevent disabled people from fully taking part in church life  Learn from Jesus’ approach to disabled people  Suitable for all...

News Release: video on Supporting autistic individuals in our churches

Triona Brading, an autistic Christian who works with children with additional needs, is busting myths on autism in the church with her latest video, ‘Supporting autistic individuals in our churches’. The video shares practical tips from her own experience of autism and encourages churches to take a fresh perspective in forming a welcoming environment for autistic people. Triona, Roofbreaker disability...