Live In



Here at Northwood, we believe and we know human life is precious and possesses inherent value because every individual is created in the image of God. Having an intentional Multi-Ability Ministry is a way our church can practically love families who often feel abandoned by not only the Church, but also by society. We have programming on Sundays and throughout the week to create a safe space for individuals with special needs to experience the Gospel. We have a parent support group, an inclusive young adult group, and a respite program. Our Multi-Ability Ministry also has a safe Sunday morning space where trained individuals facilitate a teaching time during Sunday service—so their parents can go to service knowing their child is in safe hands.

If you would like to help with any of these programs we are always looking for loving volunteers. We will train and support you as you learn about unique population groups and how to navigate our unique Ministry. Northwood Church believes and knows every single human life is precious and valued because we all bear God’s image. We believe it. We know it. Come help us live it out in the Multi-Ability ministry.

Contact Michael Dyson for more information on how to get involved.

We offer services to those with both visual and hearing impairments so that all who come through our doors can experience all that Northwood services have to offer!

Sign Language Interpreter
We have a professional sign language interpreter available to our 11am services. When you enter the worship center through one of our two main entrances there will be a section to the right of the stage where you will have the best view of the interpreter. If you are unsure of where to be seated, one of our ushers can help show you the way!

Braille Sermon Notes
There are baskets placed on the walls near our two main worship center entrances that will contain notes that pertain to the sermon of the week!

If you have additional questions about in-service accessibility options please contactMichael Dyson.

The Friendship Team is a group of adults with special needs who meet weekly on Wednesday nights from 6:30-7:30pm in The Shed at Northwood. They do games, snacks, and Bible lessons each week. The Friendship Team also attends the 9:30am Sunday service and sits as a group to the left of the sound booth, if you are facing the sound booth.

This is an open invite group, contact Michael Dyson for more information

Community support is essential to the mental health of parents of children with special needs. Our parent support group meets virtually every Monday at 7pm we would love to connect you with other parents who can build you up and provide you with support as you meet life’s challenges.

Contact Ann Teel for more information

If you have a child with special needs and would like to be part of our Revive program please fill out an application and email it to Terri Allen. (Click here to download application)

Contact Terri Allen for more information

Revive is always recruiting volunteers. If you have a heart to serve our special needs brothers and sisters reach out to Terri Allen via email and she will help get you connected and ready to make an impact!