Try This: Summer Story Time for Kids

Host a half-hour story time for children one morning a week during the summer.

Church Opens Playground Equipment to Entire Community

Conyers Presbyterian Church finds a way to connect with parents in the surrounding community.

Foster Care: 9 Ways Your Church Can Raise Visibility

How your church can practically get involved by mobilizing people to not only care for kids but also support those who do.

California Church Gives Special Needs Youth ‘A Night to Remember’

Mission Church in Ventura hosts an annual fun-filled, fast-paced prom for “the overlooked and the undercelebrated.”

Texas Church Helps Special Needs Children and Youth Walk in God’s Spirit

First Presbyterian Houston has designed an innovative Sunday morning program for special needs children and youth.

Willow Creek Holds Annual Community Play Featuring Special Needs Actors

“We don’t focus on what our special needs kids can’t do but rather what they can do."

Indiana Church Creates Weekly After-School Program for Children

Free Life Community Church's program offers a meal, homework help, friendship and Jesus.

April Is Autism Awareness Month—5 Ways Your Church Can Participate

How to come alongside families who are affected by autism and make your church more autism-friendly.

Church’s Parent-Education Classes Fulfill Practical and Spiritual Needs

La Cañada Presbyterian Church offers 15 classes for parents of children from birth through age 18.

Missouri Church Serves Local Families With Free Preschool Program

James River Church provides free preschool to low-income families in Springfield, Missouri.