Access
Join us on Sunday

Access provides a Gospel-centered, inclusive environment for individuals with special needs. We believe everyone should have access to God and be an active, integral part of the church. It’s our prayer that every member of Access would grow in their relationship with God and become disciple-makers for Jesus and His Kingdom.

We go to great lengths to ensure that all our environments are safe and secure. Every room is supervised by multiple Access Team members who have been carefully vetted and thoroughly trained to care for and support the large variety of needs we see each week.

Children (Ages 2-15)

Sundays at 9 & 11 am | Check-In: Access desk

  • Beautiful Blessings is a class specifically designed for children with special needs and adapted for each child’s ability level and need.
  • Inclusion within Children and Student ministries is also offered. We will work with you on what is the best option for your child. Your child will be paired with a 1-on-1 Buddy who will help your child to be included within Children’s or Student ministry.

Friday Night Respite | 3rd Friday of every month, 6:30-10 pm

  • Friday Night Respite is a fun-filled night for children ages 2-15 with special needs and their typically developing siblings, giving their parents a much-needed break. Registration is required to attend. Please email [email protected] if you are interested in attending.
Teens and Adults (Ages 16+)

Sundays at 9 am, 11 am, 1 pm | Check-in: Room 1201

  • Friendship Club is a vibrant community for teens and adults with special needs to grow in their understanding and love of God while building life-giving friendships. We also fellowship together throughout the year whether it be at a concert, bowling or serving God together.

 

Adults with Disabilities Day Program (ADDP)

Monday-Friday, 10 am–3 pm | Check-in: Access desk

  • ADDP is a day program for adults with developmental delays. Program goals include spiritual formation, literacy, vocational training, personal care and independence, recreation and leisure, social skills, travel training and community navigation, and self-advocacy. Registration: For more information about the application process for ADDP or to volunteer with ADDP, please contact us at [email protected].

Where do I go? 

Follow the signs to the Access check-in area on the first floor or look for one of our volunteers. We’re glad to answer all your questions.

 

How do I check in? 

Check-in opens 20 minutes before each service starts. If you’re visiting us for the first time you will need to fill out a family profile and have a quick intake meeting prior to bringing your child to any Access program.

 

Want to serve? 

We invite you to apply!  Please know that every volunteer is thoroughly trained and screened before they can begin serving. Apply

 

Questions?

Email us: [email protected].