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Kids and Students with Special Needs

Kaleidoscope loves and serves God’s people with special and additional needs.

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Our goal is that every child we serve may experience how they are deeply loved and cared for through Christ.

Kaleidoscope’s goal is to provide encouragement, love, accommodations and inclusive environments for children with disabilities and special needs from ages 2-22. Everyone is given the opportunity to worship, play, learn about Jesus and grow together with their peers in an appropriate setting for each child and student.

First Time at Watermark?

If you are interested in visiting Watermark and have a child or student with special needs, let us know you are coming so we can be well-prepared to serve your family.

Get Started

Kids (age 2-12)
  • Sundays at 9 AM and 11:15 AM
  • Check in at the Kids Welcome Desk located in the Kids Building for more information
Students (age 13-22+)
  • Sundays at 9 AM only
  • Kaleidoscope Wing (1st Floor, West Tower)

Plan your visit with parking information and a map to the Kids Building.

Kaleidoscope Stories

The Purest Form of Love

"Caroline is fully confident in who and how God made her, and she accepts us and others with no judgements or preconceptions....

"It is the purest form of love."

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God Doesn’t Intend for us to Face Hardship Alone

“Owen was 2½ before we knew he would be a in wheelchair.... Renovations would be expensive. We went to Watermark’s prayer service, Raise the Mark, and prayed with friends. What did God want us to do?"

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Camp Barnabas

“For 51 weeks of the year, the kids who come to Camp Barnabas are labeled by their disability. For this one, special week, they are exclusively labeled as a loved child of God.”

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I Wouldn’t Change A Single Chromosome

“People often say that God doesn’t give you more than you can handle, and that’s just wrong. God often gives us more than we can handle so we have no other choice but to rely on Him.”

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