Adult Special Needs
We believe every individual is valued and loved by Jesus and is a beloved child of God.
North Heights offers a vibrant ministry of inclusion for teens and adults with special needs their caregivers and family members.
- Learn about the love of Jesus
- Grow in their Christian faith
- Find their place in the family of God
- Be accepted in the body of Christ
- Find connection with others in a loving and caring environment
Our mission is to build relationships while modeling the love of Jesus and life in the Holy Spirit. Our desire is for all participants to know Jesus as their Savior and friend, grow in their faith, and find a place within our church family.
SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP
11am, Arden Hills Chapel
Enter Door B or C
Worship, Bible teaching and prayer.
Meets every Sunday except for major holiday weekends.
VIRTUAL SPECIAL NEEDS WORSHIP SERVICE
Sundays, 11am through Zoom
Contact Lori Michaud at 612-558-7465.
FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS
A fun night of fellowship, DJ music and a meal together.
I AM HIS CLUB
Worship, Bible teaching, fellowship and snacks.
Christmas and Easter PageantS
Participants can re-enact the Christmas and Easter stories by dressing up in costumes (provided).
This safe and sensory-friendly environment provides fun carnival games with prizes. Participants and caregivers enjoy snacks and fellowship.
Join the team and work with our amazing adult special needs community.
- Serve with worship team
- Sign language helpers
- Communion servers
- Food servers and snack prep
Volunteers need to complete a background check. All events occur at Arden Hills. Indicate your area of interest when you .
Do you have a prayer request? Email Lori Michaud.
Programs are available to all families and disabilities.
If a participant has a health, behavior, mobility, sensory, or other condition that requires prompt attention, it is expected that a PCA, caregiver, staff person or family member representing that individual be present with the participant for the duration of the program.
If supervision is needed for mobility in hallways, using bathroom, feeding issues, etc, it is expected that a PCA, caregiver, staff person or family member representing that individual assist with these cares.
We are open to talking with families and caregivers on an individual basis to determine level of care needed during programs offered if a participant is in an independent living situation or takes medical transportation to/from community events independently.
Lori Michaud or 612-558-7465