Equal Access

Don Morrison

Don Morrison, author of the Equal Access letters, 1986-2001, a ministry of the Church of the Covenant.
Photo by Genevieve Starbuck.

Equal Access Letters and Writings by L. Donald Morrison

Written from 1986 to 2001, these letters advocate pursuit of the essentials of life for all people by providing awareness of need, and prayerful words of encouragement to people of faith. Read them here:

Equal Access Letters (PDF) →

In 1985, Don Morrison formed the Equal Access Mission of the Church of the Covenant in Lynchburg. Through this mission, he shared his reflections on earth sustainability and the imperative to share the essentials of life with all people. Don’s newsletters, which he typed and regularly mailed to friends from 1986 to 2001, are preserved here and serve as a blessing to so many people of faith and caring.

Don Morrison was born in 1923 and grew up on a 428 acre farm in Southside Virginia. He served in World War II and worked for several years in hydroelectric power operations. After graduating from Lynchburg College, he was ordained as a minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and served several churches in the Central Virginia area.

Don’s beloved wife of 40 years, Mary, died in 1997. Don died in July 2017. They raised three endearing daughters, Teresa, Dana, and Betsy.