Join us on Monday, December 9th 2019 at 7 PM for a special service addressing that the holidays may not be the most wonderful time of the year for those who are hurting, depressed or grieving. Come, be refreshed and know that you are not alone in your journey.
Join us and the community as we celebrate, inspire, encourage and enrich the lives of our special needs community. We encourage you to get engaged, volunteer and support these local efforts. Stay tuned for updates on upcoming special events.
Jingle Bell Jam (Christmas Dance)
For Special Needs Individuals Age 14 and up
December 7, 2019
North Ridge Church (No RSVP Needed)
If a guest needs supervision, and escort must be present
Abide Together Spring Prom (formerly Night to Shine)
April 24, 2020
Field and Marsh Sportsman's Banquet
Save the date - Saturday, March 14, 2020. Our guest speaker will be Wisconsin-native Billy Molls, the Modern Day Mountain Man, is a 20-year veteran Alaska hunting guide providing sportsmen world-class adventures and incredible stories. Click Here for more information about Billy. More information will be available in early 2020.
Are you a mom looking to connect with other moms with kids ages infant through high school? If so, join MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers, morning group). For more information, visit these great groups for connections, resources, support and encouragement.
In difficult and trying times, we often don’t know where to turn first. While cancer and disease can bring fear and tests everyone affected by it, there is hope. Hope is God’s plan for each of us. Join us on the journey of hope.
This is a ministry made up of locally trained volunteers from various faith backgrounds who desire to provide practical support to patients and caregivers being treated for cancer and other illnesses.
Cancer and other diseases do not discriminate based on gender, age, race or faith. Our trained volunteers are able to assist you with physical, emotional and spiritual needs through your journey.
Our volunteers are adults from the surrounding area, who have received over 16 hours of training through the Cancer Treatment Centers of America and have passed a background check.
Practical ways we can assist are through regular visits, yard work, house cleaning, meals, encouragement, transportation, etc.