Supportive Care in the Congregation: Providing a congregational network of care for persons with significant disabilities. In the 1980s, a group of Mennites developed an invative proposal to support individuals with significant disabilities, along with their families . Now thoroughly revised and updated, Supportive Care in the Congregation retains its vision for care groups in congregations. In this edition, an expanded chapter on theology looks at the Anabaptist roots of the book's vision. Three new chapters present complementary ministries and movements that have emerged since the book's first edition, offering a wealth of resources to those who take up the invitation to build supportive, caring, inclusive communities of faith. 120 Pages.