March 25, 2017 | The Gathering Area (North Campus)
A prom-like atmosphere in the Gathering Area for individuals with disabilities ages 16 and older. This is a wonderful opportunity to witness the Special Needs Community having a night of their lives
HAND IN HAND
Hand in Hand provides the families of children with special needs with a safe, fun and engaging weekly experience for their children, while allowing parents the opportunity to attend Sunday morning worship.
WHEN: SUNDAYS AT 9:00 & 10:30AM
Hand in Hand is a weekly program, for children kindergarten to 5th grade, where adult and student volunteers alongside special needs children and their families helping them to grow their relationship with Christ and connecting them in community. Parents are provided an opportunity to attend an adult worship service while their children participate in a safe, fun and engaging weekly experience.
In order to keep all children as healthy as possible, our policy requires that you do not bring your child(ren) if they have displayed any of the following within the last 24 hours:
- Runny Nose (Cold or Allergy Related)
- Runny Eyes or Pinkeye
- Unexplained Rashes
- Strep Throat
Thank you for your support in keeping the Preschool and Children’s ministry areas a healthy and clean environment!
Stephen Taylor – Director of Special Needs
Stephen has been with Mount Pisgah since May 2015, where he began as a summer intern. He will be graduating from Candler School of Theology in May 2017; he also has a BBA from Kennesaw State University. Stephen’s passion for disability community is personal because of his own experience in dealing with a lifelong disability of being hearing impaired.
Stephen has two children, one dog, and two cats. He loves Star Wars and baseball, especially the Atlanta Braves.