Rev. Heather R. Morgan
Heather is an emerging crip theologian, using her embodied lived experiences of disability and trauma to interrogate and decolonize Christian theology.
Heather is currently a student at Emmanuel College at the Toronto School of Theology, University of Toronto.
Autism and Purity Culture The Canadian Journal of Theology, Mental Health and Disability – November 2022
No Body Without Our BodiesDisability and Gregory of Nazianzus’s Oration 14: No Body Without Our Bodies The Canadian Journal of Theology, Mental Health and Disability – November 2021
Get in touch
Heather is always interested in being part of the bigger conversation of theology, disability, and the church. If you’d like to have Heather speak at an upcoming event, please contact her directly.
The Mad and Crip Theology Podcast: Heather Morgan and Purity Culture and Autism
Medical Assistance in Dying, Part 2: Compassion, Choice, and Courage
God is my Special Interest Podcast
The Mad and Crip Theology Podcast: Heather Morgan and Erin Raffety