Brook Hills welcomes all children and students — including those who need unique care and attention — to learn about Jesus and enjoy being a part of our faith family.


Parents

If your child (birth – high school) has a special need that requires extra care, please tell us more. We want to customize a care plan for them that ensures they are safe and able to learn about Jesus, whatever their need. We put together a Parent Helps Resource  to answer a few frequently asked questions. Please complete the form below, and our Special Needs Coordinator will be in touch with you to discuss next steps for your child.

Child Intake Form


Serve as a Buddy

If you would like to consider serving children and students with special needs, we would love to talk with you about being a Buddy. Buddies are adults who give dedicated care and attention to children and students needing a special friend while at church. There are a couple of specific ways you can serve as a buddy.

Serve Regularly – Most often, this opportunity is for those who are able to serve on a weekly basis. Buddies may begin serving at any point during the year and serve during one of the Sunday morning gatherings or Wednesday evening activities.

Serve Periodically – We also have opportunities to serve special needs children, students, families, and buddies on a periodic or occasional basis during special events and activities. These could include, for example: Faith Family Gatherings, Prayer Gatherings, student camps or conferences, short-term Life Courses (i.e. Griefshare or DivorceCare), Membership Classes, or other family events.


Let’s Talk

If you have any additional questions or would like to set up a meeting with our Special Needs Coordinator, Dawn Stephens, to learn more about being a Buddy, please let us know — we’d love to meet you!

Staff

Dawn Stephens

Dawn Stephens

Women's Minister & Special Needs Coordinator