What is Champions Club?

Champions Club is a special needs ministry serving kids, teens and adults with special needs. We welcome ALL individuals. On behalf of the King's Church Aberdeen, we are delighted to partner with your Champion and you as a source of support and encouragement throughout your journey.

How to Become a Champions Family

We're excited to welcome your child, a true champion! Please make sure you complete the sign up form so we can get to know you and you can experience all the benefits of being part of the Champions Club.

During our church service, we've got a dedicated sensory room for attendees. Our experienced team use this space (including a sensory room) to help your champion grow personally and have a great time.

How to Serve

Serving your Champions is only possible because of the servant hearts of the many volunteers.

Whether it's the role of a program leader, a supporting member, or our special welcome team, you'll make a difference in someone's life as a team member.

If you're interested in being part of this team, simply head to the Join a Team form to sign up.

Champions Lego Club

Fridays, 6-7pm at King's Church Aberdeen
Champions Lego Club is a unique opportunity to offer Champions their own space to explore and exhibit their creative abilities in an environment that is nurturing, encouraging and safe.

The Lego Club will run during term time and the cost for this term is £10.

For more information and to sign up follow the button below.

Additional Resources & Support

Champions Club website: www.championsclub.org
Champions Club Member Site: www.investinchampions.com

Champions Club Declaration:

“I am special and extraordinary.  I am not average.  I have been custom-made.  I am one of a kind.  Of all things God Created, what He is the most proud of, is me.  I am His masterpiece, His most prized possession.  I will keep my head held high, knowing I am a child of the most high God, made in His very image.  This is my declaration!”

“Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves..."

(Proverbs 31:8)