First Christian Church understands that the needs of some individuals are best met in an exceptional setting. That’s why we work hard to create an environment where all people can participate and feel valued.
A talented team of teachers, parents, counselors, and professionals deliver the gospel using a variety of creative methods based on individual needs.
Shine ministry for youth (ages 3-18) with disabilities meets in Playland on Sunday, 11am.
Hidden Treasures class for adults with disabilities meets in Heritage Hall A on Sunday, with two identical classes at 9:30 and 11am.
Choir Weekly opportunity for our adults with disabilities to learn classic hymns and prepare for performances.
At FCC, we love getting together any chance we get. Several of the events we have each year are designed specifically for people with disabilities.
Respite Night is a twice-a-year event where parents and family members are provided a free night away. Children are buddied up for the evening, enjoy a meal, play games, and participate in all kinds of themed activities.
Night to Shine our annual Jesus Prom sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation. Mark your calendars for February 10, 2017. This is our next scheduled Prom where we will literally roll out the red carpet treatment for adults with disabilities. Stay tuned for more details.
Mission Trips Unique, out of state, opportunities for our friends with disabilities to go on Mission serving God and others.
We’re here to make a difference in our community. There are several avenues through which we work toward this goal in the disabilities community.
Volunteer Guardianship is a way we partner with Stark County DD and the local courts to extend Jesus’ love to as many people as possible.
Edgewood Field exists for use by children and adults with varying disabilities. It serves as the home field for Canton Challenger Baseball and for Stark Public Special Olympics Softball. Volunteer opportunities are available each spring and summer.
Contact us using the form below, so we can get in touch about upcoming events and opportunities.
In Luke 14, Jesus invites all the people who wouldn't normally get invited to a party. Shouldn't we extend the same invitation?