From Our Children's Minister

Did you know there are over 30 million school-aged children with special needs? Unfortunately, less than 1% of churches offer services or programs that minister to these children. Families raising children with special needs are con-sidered one of the most unreached people groups. 13% of all school-aged children receive special needs services. For this reason, Royston Baptist Church has the privilege and honor of implementing The Champions Club! 

The Champions Club is tailor-made for all special needs children, ranging from children with autism to visually impaired children. Our goal is to assist each child to have a greater understanding of who God is and what He has done for us. This curriculum will take each child on a pathway of learning development, as they advance through different milestones. This curriculum is biblically based. Our goal is to help your child grow in positive relationships with God and others. 

The Champions Club Curriculum was chosen specifically with your child in mind. We believe all children, regardless of their physical/mental abilities, are gifts from God. We also believe every child can learn, regardless of their abilities. 

Champion’s Club will begin Sunday, February 1, 2015 at 10am at Royston Baptist Church in the Children’s Department. Champion’s Club is designed to allow parents/caregivers the time to enjoy Sunday school and the 11 AM Worship Service. For first time families, we ask you to call in order for us to prepare properly for your child. 

Our desire is to provide a fun and safe environment where kids grow in their knowledge of God and offer families hope and love found only in God.

If you, or someone you know, has a child with special needs please contact Teresa Phillips, children’s minister at RBC. (706) 436-6756, or email