The Titan Community
Since its inception in 2009, the Titan Community has grown to more than 80 young adults. The Titans meet bi-weekly to engage in friendly competition through the Wheelchair Sports program, and meet monthly to enjoy social opportunities, such as bowling, Braves games, parties, and cookouts. These activities help build friendships, acceptance, and support within the Community. The Titans also serve as community ambassadors, fostering understanding and education about physical disabilities.
Titan Wheelchair Sports
Titans Wheelchair Sports was formed in 2010 to address the social and athletic needs of physically challenged young adults. Today, with compassionate support from families, friends, volunteers and the local community, the Titans meet bi-weekly to enjoy friendly competition and healthy exercise through a fun game of wheelchair soccer.
Year round activities offered at no charge to the Titans include wheelchair sports, monthly social events and quarterly service projects. Our focus is inclusion of the individual, as well as their families and friends, into the community at large.
The History of the Titan COmmunity
A portion of the Titans community grew up playing wheelchair sports together. Long lasting friendships were formed as families supported one another through elementary, middle and high schools.
The Titans Wheelchair sports program was originally created as a special needs ministry Of Mount Pisgah UMC, in Johns Creek, Georgia. The Mount Pisgah community continues to support The Titans today with the use of their gym, volunteers and generous giving from its members.