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Our Access Ministry exists to engage teens and adults with special needs to experience the fullness of Christian community and equip them and their families for an abundant life.


Each Sunday, drop-off begins at 8:45am, in the Fellowship Hall.  Access Friends then have the choice of remaining in the Fellowship Hall or participating in the music portion of the Worship Service before returning to class.  Leaders will be available for both options.

We study the Bible chronologically, using the Adaptive Word Curriculum.  In addition to our LifeGroup, we have fellowships, events, and outings on a regular basis.

We also have a LifeGroup for Parents of Access Friends.  It meets at 9:00am, on Sundays, in Room 231.


At Lynwood, we believe that EVERYONE has a place to serve and belong, and we would love to have YOU join us as we see God work in the lives of these teens and adults!


If you are new to Lynwood, please visit the Guest Services Desk, any Sunday morning, for information on Access. You may also contact us via email or by calling the church office.


We can’t wait to see you!

We ask that all Access Friends complete the form below, so that we can make their time with us a positive experience.

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Camp Access

"Wonderfully Made"

June 17-19

9:00am - Noon

God saw all that He had made, and it was very good.

Genesis 1:31

Registration will close May 5 or once all spots are filled, whichever occurs first.

Volunteers are needed!

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Access Moms, Caregivers, and Female Volunteers Retreat

"Honey in the Rock: Thriving While Surviving"


March 1-2, 2024

...with honey from the rock I would satisfy you.  Psalm 81:16

The event is full and registration has closed. 
We are now taking names for a waiting list.

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Our Buddy Ministry exists to allow children with special needs to remain in a regular classroom with their peers, if possible.

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Access Sibs is a support group for kids, ages 8-15 years old, who have a sibling with special needs.  It provides quarterly fellowship with other people who understand the challenges that go along with having a sibling with special needs.  Meetings will include a quarterly topic, game time, and craft.

Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.  1 Thessalonians 5:11

Save the Date for our Next Meeting!

2024 Dates:
April 6
July 6
October 5

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