Special Needs Ministry
Our mission is to empower and provide support to individuals with special needs and their families by facilitating an accepting community in which to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
Our program provides individualized support during weekend services to ensure everyone has the opportunity to participate in their specific ministry environment.
Additionally, we encourage individuals with special needs to serve their church community at a level that is appropriate for them. Everyone is welcome!Request Support
Interested in volunteering? We need volunteers who have a passion for special needs to serve in our ministry in a variety of capacities. You don’t have to be an expert — we’ll equip and train you.View the opportunities
All families deserve a place to connect, feel encouraged and find support along their journey. Welcoming families impacted by special needs, Family Connect Night meets each month, 7 – 8:30 p.m. at the Raleigh campus. Bring your entire family!
2018 dates: May 17
A monthly gathering for parents and caregivers to connect through sharing, laughter and prayer. Monthly topics will center around raising a child with special needs while growing together in their relationship with Jesus.
Fourth graders through High School Students
Being a sibling to someone with special needs is an incredible blessing that can also be hard for some people to understand. This night gives siblings the opportunity to connect with others and feel loved, appreciated and valued.
Other Family Members
Trained special needs ministry volunteers provide loving care for individuals with special needs and elementary-age siblings during this time.
Offered at the Raleigh campus at the 4:15 p.m. service on Saturday and at the 11 a.m. service on Sunday at Apex, participants (high school and older) attend worship then join us in a classroom for teaching and connection on a developmentally appropriate level. Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
My husband and I can now worship together knowing that Claire is safe and cared for by someone who knows her issues and accepts her as the child of God she is! We are thrilled to be a part of the Buddy Ministry and feel that her buddy, Cathy, is part of our family!”– Carolyn M. (Morrisville campus)