Our church body isn’t complete if we don’t have an opportunity to learn and worship alongside individuals with unique abilities. We want to help any participant who faces unique challenges related to physical, mental, medical, or emotional needs that would benefit from additional support, helping to enable them to fully participate in the mission of Fellowship Bible Church.
We strive for children with special needs to be included with their peers during all worship services. Every Fellowship congregation provides buddies for those needing extra support to attend children’s programming. Let us know if this ministry would benefit your child!
Our Rogers Campus is a rEcess site, offering a "Parent’s Night Out" one night a month for special needs children and their siblings. Visit 99Balloons.org/recess to learn more.
Teens and dependent adults are encouraged to attend programming at their campus. For those preferring smaller, more structured classes we offer the following opportunities at the Rogers Campus:
This class is for uniquely abled teens who want to study the Bible and fellowship in a small group.
When: SUNDAYS, 9:30am, Counseling and Care Center, Rogers Campus.
This class for adults with developmental disabilities alternates weekly between attending Community Worship services and participating in a structured small group for more in-depth Bible study.
When: SUNDAYS, 9:30am, Rogers Campus.
Adults who participate in the Rooted class have the opportunity to use their gifts to serve the church body Sunday's during the 11:00am service on the Rogers Campus. Contact Morgan Haynes for details.
Our Rogers Campus is a bEfriend site, offering monthly gatherings for adults experiencing disability. bEfriend meets once a month to have fun and develop intentional friendships. Visit 99balloons.org/bEfriend to learn more. To sign-up, contact Morgan Haynes.
The vision of Fellowship's One-2-One Ministry is to share the love of Jesus Christ with families affected by disability. There are many ways to be a friend to a family experiencing disability.
If you are interested in serving with us in any capacity, please fill out the form below and a staff member will be in touch.
Are service dogs allowed on campus?
Yes! A service dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability is permitted on campus.
Do you provide Braille & large print Bibles?
Yes, both options are available for weekend worship services and will be available at other classes as requested.
Is your campus handicap accessible?
Yes, please visit our Accessibility page for more information.
Are buddies available for childcare at church-wide events?
We want everyone to be able to participate in events such as Bible studies and re|engage whenever possible. Please contact our One-2-One team to discuss the details.
Do you offer an interpreted service for the the Deaf?
We do not offer an interpreted service at our Fayetteville Campus at this time. However, our Rogers Campus does offer an interpreted service on Sundays during the 11:00am service.