Georgia Churches with Special Needs Alpharetta30005Messiah Lutheran4765 Kimball Bridge Road770-751-9357www.messiahlutheran.ws"Jesus Cares" - monthly, on SaturdayAlpharetta30004Midway United Methodist5025 Highway 9 N.770-475-5230www.midwayumc.orgDay camps for childrenAlpharetta30022North Point Community4350 North Point Pkwy678-892-5000northpoint.orgSelf-contained classes on Sunday at 9, 11am, &4:30pm. "Shadows" for students to be included in atypical classroom.Children's Ministry: A "buddy" accompanies children toSun. School and Children's ChapelAlpharetta30004 St. Aidan's Episcopal13560 Cogburn Road770-521-0207 www.staidans.orgAtlanta30338 First Baptist4400 N. Peachtree Road770-234-8300www.fba.orgChildren and Adult Sunday SchoolAtlanta30316 Holy Comforter Episcopal737 Woodland Ave e Friendship Center day programs, Tues & ThAtlanta2059 Lavista Road404-633-8077www.intown.orgAtlanta30329 Intown Community(Presbyterian)30327 Mount Paran30327 Mount Paran Road404-923-8744Direct numberfor SpecialNeeds Dirwww.mountparan.comVolunteers assist children in classes; monthly parentsupport groupSpecial Needs Wednesday and Sunday MorningServices (6 weeks-21 years) and summer camp.Contact: Jillian Palmiotto, Special Needs Director.Email: email@example.com.Atlanta30305 Northside United Methodist2799 Northside Drive404-367-2370www.northsideumc.orgAtlanta30305 Peachtree Road UnitedMethodist3180 Peachtree Road NW404-240-8207www.prumc.orgAtlanta30328 St. Jude Catholic7171 Glenridge Drive NE770-394-3896www.stjudeatlanta.netSPRED, program in the parish School of Religion;attend Toni's Camp in the springAugusta30909 First Baptist3500 Walton Way706-733-2236www.fbcaugusta.orgBainbridge39819 First Baptist401 E. Shotwell Street229-246-1563fbcbainbridge.comPreschool and Adult Sunday School and an interpreterfor the deafAdult Sunday SchoolBuckhead30326 Buckhead3336 Peachtree Rd404-814-7000buckheadchurch.orgServices provided as neededCanton30114 Watermarke2126 Sixes Rd678-880-9092watermarkechurch.comServices provided as neededCarrollton30116 Bethany Christian2868 Carrollton Villa Rica Hwy 770-834-1927www.bethanychristian.comColumbus31904 Hilton Terrace Baptist2236 Warm Springs al Event called "A Special Night for SpecialPeople"Adult Program during Sunday School & worshipConyers30013 First Baptist2100 Highway 138 s Sunday SchoolConyers30094 Rockdale Baptist1295 Smyrna Road SW770-483-7628www.rockdalebaptist.orgAdult Sun School; closed circuit worship; respiteConyers30013 Saint Pius X Catholic2621 Highway 20 SE770-483-3660www.spxconyers.comAccomodates communication needs in Developmental Disabilities & in English, Spanish, Ameri- canSign Language; has advocates for autism, deafness,blindness, physically challenged, mentally challenged,& learning disabledCumming30041 Brown's Bridge Community3860 Brown's Bridge Rd678-965-8106www.brownsbridge.orgPreschool and Elementary "age appropriate" or"developmentally appropriate" classes during 9 and11am Sunday worshipProvides supports to incorporate adults into SundaySchool and worshipPreschool and Children's Ministry; support group forfamilies with special needs
Georgia Churches with Special Needs MinistriesCumming30040 First United Methodist770 Canton Highway770-887-2900www.cfumcga.com"Buddies" for Children's Sun. School/services; bus pickup (with a lift); hearing aids/amplifiers for services;handicap accessible facilityCumming30040 St. Brendan's Catholic4633 Shiloh Road770-205-7969www.stbrendansatl.comFaith Formation Class for elementary aged childrenDacula30019 Hebron Baptist202 Hebron Church Road770-962-3671www.hebronchurch.orgChildren and Adult Sunday School, 8:30, 9:45, 11am;Awana Friends, Wednesdays, 6:45pm - Contact:Melissa SimsDahlonega30533 The Church at Dahlonega1312 South allas30157 West Ridge3522 Hiram-Acworth Hwy770-222-2125www.westridge.com"Sidekicks", supervised respite care for adults &children, monthly, 3rd Fri., 6-8pm. Contact:firstname.lastname@example.org, Jacqueline Daniel 706864-0855Young AdultsDalton30722 St. Mark's Episcopal901 W. Emery Street706-278-8857www.stmarksdalton.orgPreschool MinistryDecatur30033 Briarlake Baptist3715 Lavista 0 First Baptist308 Clairemont Ave404-373-1653fbcdecatur.comAdult Ministry - Sunday School; Wed.night activities;special eventsPrograms for Autistic & other developmentaldisabilities children, Sunday am, includingmainstreaming & a special class for those needing oneon one attention; summer special camping programsfor autistic children. Contact William Neal 404-2135445 for information.Decatur30030 Holy Trinity Parish515 E. Ponce de Leon istance for deaf and visually impaired duringworshipDecatur30030 Oakhurst Baptist222 East Lake Drive404-378-3677www.oakhurstbaptist.orgAdult MinistryDuluth30097 Cross Pointe1800 Satellite Blvd678-812-4500www.crosspointechurch.comChildren to adults - mainstreamDuluth30096 First Baptist2908 Duluth Highway 120770-476-3788www.duluthbaptist.orgAll ages - self-contained Sunday School andmainstreaming plus respite one Sat/monthDuluth30097 Gwinnett1800 Satellite Blvd770-521-3000gwinnettchurch.orgServices provided as neededDuluth30097 Johns Creek United Methodist11180 Medlock Bridge Rd770-497-8215www.johnscreekumc.orgAdult Sun School; EQUATE program for children 6thgrade-age 21, monthly, first Thurs, 6-8pmDunwoody30338 Dunwoody Baptist1445 Mount Vernon Road770-280-1200www.dbc.orgAdult Sunday SchoolDunwoody30338 First United Methodist1548 Mount Vernon Rd770-394-0675www.dunwoodyumc.org9 and 10:30am, Sundays; Contact the church forspecificsFayetteville30214 First United Methodist175 E. Lanier Avenue770-461-4313www.fayettevillefirst.comAdult Sunday School; special outings for adults;Sunshine VBSFayetteville30214 Flat Creek Baptist161 Flat Creek Trail770-487-4890ww.flatcreekbaptist.orgAdult Sunday SchoolFayetteville30215 Inman United Methodist151 Hills Bridge gh School Ministry, Sun, 10am-noon
Georgia Churches with Special Needs MinistriesFayetteville30214 North Fayette Baptist409 Kenwood ille30214 Prince of Peace Lutheran257 Highway 314770-461-3403www.princeofpeacefayette.com30542 Blackshear Place Baptist3428 Atlanta Highway770-534-7058www.bpbc.comChildren's Sun School; respite care, first Sat., 4-7pm,for special needs children and their sib- lings-Contact:Lori Millwood, Special Needs DirForsyth31029 First Baptist95 W. Morse Street478-994-5240www.fbcforsyth.comAdult Sunday SchoolGainesville30507 Hopewell Baptist5086 Poplar Springs Rd770-287-3311hopewellonline.org/htmlAdult & children's classes during all worship servicehours: Joy Respite, 3rd Sat/month, 4-7 pm. StacyHatcher, Dir of Preschool Ministries; for respite callChristy Sanders 770-377-0077 or Devin Roberts 678936-5230 to reserve spotGainesville30501 Lakewood Baptist2235 Thompson Bridge Rd770-532-6307www.lakewood-baptist.comRespite ProgramGriffin30233 First Baptist106 West Taylor Street770-227-5517www.fbcgriffin.orgAdult and Children's MinistryHiawassee30546 McConnell Memorial Baptist84 Church Street706-896-2281www.mmbcnet.orgChildren's Sun. School & Extended WorshipJesup31545 First Baptist185 S. Brunswick Street912-427-4239www.fbcjesup.orgJohns Creek30097 Perimeter9500 Medlock Bridge Rd678-405-2000www.perimeter.orgYouth & Adult Sunday School; Vacation Bible School;other activities for older youth & adultsChildren's ministry; Contact church for specificsKennesaw30144 Northstar3413 Blue Springs Road770-420-9808www.northstarchurch.orgChildren's Sunday School during each worship service;Buddies for children that want to be in a typical class;occasional Parents Night OutLavonia30553 First Baptist95 Bowman Street706-356-4243www.fbclavonia.orgOpportunity House (adults)Lawrenceville30043 Christ the Lord Lutheran1001 Duluth ceville30045 First United Methodist395 Crogan Street770-963-0386www.fumclv.orgSunday School for children and adults, ages 3 yearsand up, 10am-12pm; may be attended for 1 or 2hours; caregivers/parents must be on church groundswhile their student is in class. Contact Diane Thomas,770-963-4499 ext 116.Children, Youth, and Adult Sun School, 9:30am;Equate,youth monthly event, first Thurs, 6-8pmLawrenceville30043 North Metro Baptist1026 Old Peachtree Road770-995-9055www.northmetro.netSunday School for all ages; AGAPE, respite program,monthly, 2nd Mon., 6:30-8:30pmLilburn30047 Harmony Grove UnitedMethodist50 Harmony Grove Road770-921-7747www.harmonygroveumc.comAdult Sunday SchoolLilburn30047 St. John Neumann Catholic801 Tom Smith Road770-923-6633www.sjnlilburn.comBasic catechesis & formation class, Tuesdays; parish istied into the Archdiocese of Atlanta's ministry with &for the disabled; attend Toni's Camp, a spring-timeretreat-camp experience for those with variousdisabilitiesFlowery BranchChildren & youth-special needs classes from localschools use facilities for pizza parties, games, movies,etc; training site for students to learn skills for the workplace after high schoolSummer Camp at Lutheridge in Arden, NC
Georgia Churches with Special Needs MinistriesMacon31201 First Presbyterian682 Mulberry Street478-746-3223www.fpcmacon.orgChildren's MinistryMacon31211 Highland Hills Baptist1370 Briarcliff en's MinistryMacon31210 Ingleside Baptist834 Wimbish Road478-477-0600www.ingleside.orgChilden's Sunday School - buddy system; Adult SundaySchoolMacon31210 Mabel White Memorial Baptist1415 Bass Road478-474-7577www.mabelwhite.orgSpecial Friends Adult Bible Study, Sunday;opportunities for fellowship & travelMacon31210 Martha Bowman UnitedMethodist500 Bass Road478-477-1910www.marthabowman.orgChildren and Youth Sunday SchoolMacon31204 Vineville Baptist2591 Vineville ult Sunday School; Higher Life Center has weeklyactivities for adultsManchester31816 First Baptist12 E. 2nd Street706-846-2601Marietta30062 Chestnut Ridge Christian2663 Johnson Ferry Rd770-971-8888www.chestnut-ridge.orgChildren's MinistryMarietta30064 Due West United Methodist3956 Due West Road770-427-3835www.duewest.org2 age/ability specific classes each Sun; quarter- ly,"Kool Kids, Special Needs Kids Day Out" for specialneeds children and their siblingsMarietta30060 First Baptist148 Church Street NE770-424-8326mariettafbc.orgSpecial Friends Ministry for Children - Provides a"Friend" to shadow each child for Sunday School/othergroupsMarietta30068 Johnson Ferry Baptist GreenLight Ministry & Refuel RespiteCare955 Johnson Ferry lneedsChildren's Ministry, grades K-5 - Inclusion SundaySchool with one-on-one buddy, 8:30, 10, 11:30am;Special Needs Classroom Sunday School at 10; Refuelrespite care eventsMarietta30068 Mt. Bethel United Methodist4385 Lower Roswell Road770-971-2880www.mtbethel.orgParents' Night Out for special needs children & siblings,certain Fri. nights; Sat. Respite Care, monthly; summercamp; Autism Support Group, monthly, 3rd Thurs.Marietta30008 Olive Springs Baptist1528 Austell Road SE770-427-5519www.olivesprings.orgSunshine Ministry, Sunday, 9:45am; annual "SunshineSunday Emphasis" in worshipMarietta30060 St. James Episcopal161 Church Street NW770-428-5841www.stjamesmarietta.comMarietta30066 Transfiguration Catholic1815 Blackwell Road 31061 First Christian555 N. Columbia Street478-452-2620fccmilledgeville.comMonthly "Reach Out Mental Health" luncheon & Bingofor developmentally disabled; monthly mtg of theNational Alliance for the Mentally IllBRITE (Bringing Religious Education to Everyone),program for elementary, high school, young ad-ults,meets every other week during school yr; massesinterpreted for deaf/hearing impairedAdult Sun School - Susan Pierce, contact personMonroe30656 Faith Baptist1789 Highway 11 NW770-267-6603www.faithmonroe.orgAdult MinistryChildren's Ministry - A "Buddy," a specially trainedadult, shadows each child for class and activityparticipation; Stone Soup Respite Care
Georgia Churches with Special Needs MinistriesNewnan30263 First Baptist15 W. Washington Street770-253-0797www.fbcnewnan.orgMoses Ministry for children- Buddy system withtrained volunteers who assist children as they areintegrated into preschool & children's activities;Juanita Killingsworth, Moses Ministry Director; BrendaClifton, Children's MinisterNorcross30071 Victory World5905 Brook Hollow Pkwy770-849-9400victoryatl.comChildren's Ministry - Sensory classroom or anaccompanying buddy to applicable classroom duringservice times: Sat 6pm; Sun 9am, 11am, and 1pm.Dyna Joseph, Special Needs DirectorPeachtree City30269 First Baptist208 Willowbend Road770-487-8133www.fbcptc.orgMainstreamed children's ministryPowder Springs30127 Midway Presbyterian4635 Dallas Highway770-422-4974www.midwaypca.orgSpecial Care Team ministers to families with specialneeds children; team members assist children eachSundayRincon31326 First Baptist201 E. 6th Street912-826-5536www.fbcrincon.comFunshine MinistryRinggold30736 Poplar Springs Baptist422 Poplar Springs Road706-965-4461www.poplarspringsbaptist.orgAdult Sunday SchoolRome30165 Garden Lakes Baptist2200 Redmond l30075 Christ United Methodist1340 Woodstock Road770-993-3945www.christchurchumc.orgChildren's Sunday School; sports ministry; prom;parent supportChildren's MinistryRoswell30076 Northside Baptist11125 Houze Road770-993-5207Roswell30075 Roswell United Methodist8114 Mimosa Blvd770-993-6218www.rumc.comNoah's Ark Adult Sunday SchoolRoyston30662 Royston Baptist767 Church Street706-245-9701roystonbaptistchurch.orgVacation Bible School; Connections for Special Parents Contact: Jean DavisonSavannah31419 Savannah Christian55 Al Henderson Blvd912-925-9657www.savannahchristian.comChildren and Youth Sun School; deaf interpreta-tion @11:00am worship & special events; parent supportgroups; quarterly kids' carnivalsSnellville30078 Canon United Methodist2424 Webb Ginn House Rd770-972-5463www.canonchurch.orgChildren's Sunday School; SonShine Camp in July, oneweek, from 9am-3pmSnellville30078 First Baptist2400 Main Street E.770-978-7000www.fbcsnell.orgChildren, Adults, and their parents; sign translation inworship servicesSnellville30078 Grace Fellowship1400 Dogwood Road770-979-7000www.gracefellowshipchurch. comSun School for all age ranges - 8:30, 10, 11amSnellville30078 Snellville United Methodist2428 Main Street770-972-9360www.snellvilleumc.orgChildren's Sunday SchoolSnellville30078 St. Oliver Plunkett Catholic3200 Brooks Drive770-979-2500www.stolivers.comChildren's Sunday School at 9:30amStatham30666 Bethabara Baptist4651 Monroe Highway770-725-7703www.bethabarabaptist.orgAdult Sunday School & Wed.night activitiesStockbridge30281 First Baptist4566 N. Henry Blvd770-474-4484Suwanee30024 Shadowbrook Baptist4187 Suwanee Dam Rd770-945-1524www.shadowbrookchurch.orgRespite CareSuwanee30024 Stonemill Church (Baptist)855 Northbrook Parkway770-476-1400www.stonemillchurch.orgSpecial Needs MinistryTucker30084 First Baptist5073 Lavista Road770-938-1688www.fbctucker.orgAdult MinistryAdult Sunday SchoolJoy Prom
Georgia Churches with Special Needs MinistriesWarner Robins31088 Second Baptist2504 Moody Road478-923-7101www.sbcwr.orgJoy Ministry, Sunday 9-10:15am, classes for childrenand adultsWarner Robins31088 Shirley Hills Baptist615 Corder Road478-923-5571www.shirleyhills.orgAdult Sunday SchoolWinder30680 Winder First United Methodist280 N. Broad 0188 First Baptist11905 Highway 92770-926-4428fbcw.orgSpecially trained helpers provided to follow childrenthrough Sun School, children's church, & specialevents; special classes as neededSunday School and deaf interpretation
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