Archdiocese of Washington
Oversees religious education in the Catholic community in Prince George’s County, and offers Ministry for people with Disabilities.
- (301) 474-8300 – Holy Redeemer Church (College Park) has a vibrant ministry for the deaf community-interpreter every service, liturgy and spiritual groups; also religious education for children with special needs.
- (301) 262-3644 – St. Pius X Church (Bowie) offers religious education for children with special needs. Contact: Director of Religious Education
(301) 423-4244 – St. Phillip the Apostle Church (Camp Springs) offers the Face and Light Program for adults and children with special needs.
- (301) 725-3080 – St. Mary of the Mills Church (Laurel) offers inclusive religious education, inclusive scouts, respite retreats and respite training.
- (301) 459-7464 – Catholic Deaf Center (Landover Hills) offers religious services for people who are deaf & hearing impaired. Voice: (301) 459-7465 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ebenezer AME Church
Offers a children’s ministry inclusive of children with developmental disabilities.
Glendale Baptist Church
Works with families of children with special needs on both individual and group basis; offers transportation.
Henson Valley Christian Church
All programs are fully inclusive and include dance, Sunday School, youth activities, and ushering.
National Church of God
Offers to the deaf and hard of hearing community interpreters for all services and special events.
New Horizon Gospel Ministries
Reid Temple A.M.E. Church
301-352-0320, ext. 462
Provides respite and Bible teaching for children and adults with disabilities.
St. Michael’s Lutheran Church
The Community Unity Chorus of Prince George’s County
Hosts The Community Unity Chorus of Prince George’s County, which includes individuals with and without disabilities who enjoy music, singing and fellowship.
Note: These providers are not endorsed or approved by The Arc of Prince George’s County. This contact information is provided as a service; families must determine for themselves if these providers are able to support the needs of their family member(s).