Accessible Materials Project (AMP)
God's House is an independent Christian congregation that believes that classism, racism, sexism, and other social discriminations do not belong in the church.
An inclusive congregation, God’s House welcomes people who may have been marginalized by previous churches they have attended while on their journey of faith. About fifty percent of the congregation is over 50 years old, with several members experiencing difficulties with vision, especially in reading small print. In an effort to not further marginalize members, the aim of God’s House AMP is to make the church’s weekly worship materials, including bulletins and hymns, as accessible as possible.
God’s House is a small congregation whose two hymnals were acquired from another congregation when God’s House first formed in 2002. Now out of print, the hymnals have print that is difficult for many older people to read. Each week, God’s House AMP provides printouts of extra-large print bulletins and hymn lyrics so that congregants can more fully participate in services.
If you need large-print worship materials, please let us know!