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Trader Point Special Needs Ministry

Last Update:7/10/2018
Contact:Wendy Wilken
Title:Special Needs Director
Address:6590 South Indianapolis Road
Whitestown, IN 46075
County:Marion
Phone:317-769-5557
Toll Free:877-203-5553
Fax:317-769-7079
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E-Mail:
Website:https://www.tpcc.org/specialneeds/
Mission

Engage families that have children with special needs with the love of God; Inspire those families to follow Jesus; Equip volunteers and families to serve the world with their unique abilities.

Program Description

The Special Needs Ministry provides the following services to special needs individuals and their families:

Buddy System:  The Buddy System is a way of including special needs children in the life of our church. These children are paired up with a buddy who assists them during their Sunday school class.

Parents’ Night Out:  While parents enjoy a much needed break – to help strengthen their marriage, enjoy friends, or simply run errands – their special needs child (age 1-18) and his or her siblings will enjoy a simple meal, devotional time, praise and worship time, and lots of fun! Buddies are provided for each special needs child.

Sonshine Room:  This is a room for those special needs individuals who are not able to participate in the regular Sunday school program because of the severity of their special need or due to heightened sensitivity to sounds, or for any other reason. They will enjoy one-on-one attention as they are being taught about the love of Christ and cared for otherwise while the rest of their family is free to attend the worship service and/or Sunday school.

Financial
Services
Ministry for persons with disabilities
Counties Serviced
Boone
Marion
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