- Self-contained classroom with a sensory/quiet space
- Classroom buddy program
God has blessed us with the facilities and serve staff to disciple kids with special needs. We would love to have your child join us at all campuses! See campus descriptions below to find a campus that meets your families needs.
If you have a child with special needs, we would love for you to fill out the form below so we have information to more adequately minister to your child.
In order to better support children with special needs in our kids ministry, we have a classroom buddy program. This program is intended to help foster children in discovering and deepening their relationship with Jesus Christ. Classroom buddies can be 9th grade and older to serve. If you are interested in sharing the gospel as a classroom buddy, please click the button below, select your preferred campus and apply.
If your child is in need of a classroom buddy, please contact your home campus kids minister or email
We have partnered monthly with Nathaniel’s Hope to provide a FREE RESPITE program for families with special needs. Individuals with differences AND siblings are welcome!
Gospel centered, therapeutic approach – kids will work through physical, occupational, speech and language and music therapy while receiving gospel-centered lessons and activities.
To learn more
To apply to be a buddy
Free respite event for children with special needs and their siblings (18 & under).
A team of physical and occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists and music therapists are serving children through therapeutic, gospel-centered activities and fun!
Join us for our special needs parent resource night! We want to connect you to the community and provide support and service guidance for your child. We'll cover advocating for your child in school, special education law and your rights through the individualized education plan process. Topic: Advocating for your child in school, your rights through the IEP process and IDEA Special Education Law
Special Needs Parent Resource Night
Join us for our special needs parent resource night! We want to connect you to the community and provide support and service guidance for your child. We'll cover advocating for your child in school, special education law and your rights through the individualized education plan process.
Topic: Advocating for your child in school, your rights through the IEP process and IDEA Special Education Law
All campus updates and renovations are coming soon.
Self Contained Classroom: Classroom with smaller serve staff to child/student ratio; Individualized instruction and support provided within a less stimulating environment
Buddy Program: Participation in age-appropriate, mainstream classroom; 1:1 support provided for behavioral, academic and social needs; Through this program, the child/student and parents will meet with staff and serve staff to identify needs. A buddy will be paired with the child/student and a plan will be formulated and implemented within the Kids or Students experience
Sensory/Quiet Space: In this demand free environment, individuals can participate in different aspects of sensation through a range of stimuli. This room is accessible to all, provides opportunity for choice, and empowers individuals to discover and explore the environment around them with meaningful equipment that is intended to overcome sensitivities and aversions.