Having trained as a nurse, specialising in children who had disabilities, Kay stepped into full-time ministry as a Children’s Evangelist nearly 30 years ago. She’s been passionate about inclusion since she was a teenager and saw her ministry to children as a way to make a difference. Today, she works solely in ministry with and alongside those with disabilities and additional needs and is co-founder of the Additional Needs Alliance. She also serves on the Evangelical Alliance council as well as working alongside other Christian events.
Kay says that she is delighted to be serving alongside Keswick Ministries in this vital area, continuing to build on making the event accessible for all. Kay is disabled herself, uses a wheelchair and has a ‘weird’ visual impairment.Find out more about kids and youth groups at this year’s Convention and how to register for the programme.