Special Needs


the Special Needs Community

  • the
    Place where
    Adults and
    Children are

The PEACE Program of GPC is open to special needs individuals of all ages. Families may utilize our self-contained settings or choose from a selection of inclusive options. The goal is for all students to learn:

  • They are made in the image of God
  • God loves them and wants a relationship with them
  • They are a valued part of the GPC family

Extended care for individuals of all ages with exceptional needs is available during the worship hour as an extension of our special needs ministry.  Caring volunteers will attend to your student in a safe and appropriate environment while  families participate in corporate worship.


Special Needs Breakfast Club – Volunteer TODAY! On Friday, November 30, from 9:00am to 12:00 noon GPC will be the host location for JoyLife901 Breakfast Club. Breakfast Club is a Bible study for adults ages 16 and up with special needs. They gather to enjoy breakfast, study God’s word, and worship together while building community. The last time GPC hosted this event we had over 80 in attendance and Breakfast Club has grown since then. Here is your chance to be part of sharing The Story. Volunteers are needed to serve breakfast, mingle with the participants, and help with crafts. Email Monica here to let her know you will volunteer!


Click on any of the boxes below to learn more about each program.



As the PEACE Program grows, so grows the need for additional volunteers. There are volunteer opportunities waiting just for YOU! A background in special needs is not required; the PEACE Program will equip you with the tools you need to serve.

The SNMT (Special Needs Ministry Team) is accepting applications for Buddy Volunteers. Buddies serve in 2 ways:

  • Extra hands in the self-contained classroom
  • Assistant in the typical classroom environment




Welcome! Please join us for Worship on Sundays or contact us to learn more about our community.
Germantown Presbyterian Church is excited about what it offers to the Mid-South community and the church while serving Christ.