The Senior Adult Ministry seeks to glorify God as we continue to reach and minister to the needs of the senior adults of Winfree and those in the Midlothian area. Our goal is to enhance their lives by encouraging them to grow in the Lord and challenging them to serve Him with all their hearts, minds, souls, and strength.
POSTPONED: DATE TO BE DETERMINED
Our book club for senior adults, "Turning Pages" is excited to announce our next book review. Pipeline…a novel written by retired Richmond Methodist minister, Hugh Harris. It is a riveting story about the upheaval that results within a rural community when a pipeline suddenly comes through. This Christian fiction novel shows how people deal with progress interrupting their quiet lives. It’s a story that will draw you into the lives of each character as they express the strong emotions of love, endurance, hope. It’s a must read!
We will meet on select Thursday afternoons from 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. in room 300A in the Sanctuary building
The author, Hugh Harris, will co-facilitate the book study with Pastor Steve. Our author will share his thoughts and insights on this exciting work and set the stage for our review and study.
Sign up on the tear-off slip in the Sunday bulletin or by contacting us. The cost of the book is $15.
The Senior Adult Ministry is focused on those aged 50 or older; who are working or retired who long for a warm and welcoming community. We invite you to join us in one or all our senior programs.
Every first Tuesday of each month, the Winfree Ageless Wonders offer programs featuring a host of important and entertaining topics, as well as warm fellowship. A brown-bag lunch begins at 11:30 a.m. Our program will begin after lunch around noon and last about an hour. Delicious desserts and beverages are provided. Join us for great fellowship, fun, and educational programs.
Contact: Betsy Harris
This “handy” group of men and women from our congregation help our members- widows, single moms, families whose husbands and fathers are deployed, and anyone who is ill or disabled with small jobs and projects they're unable to accomplish themselves.
Contact: Steve Mapp
Every third Tuesday afternoon, a group of singers visit Ginter Hall South to share beloved songs and hymns with residents. Come help bring a “joyful noise” to others.
Contact: Bob Krouse
Visits, phone calls, notes, and cards are sent to senior adult shut-ins and/or those ill and unable to join us for worship. It is important to us to remain in contact with those unable to participate in worship services and church activities. If you or someone you know is a senior adult who is in need of a visit, call, or note let us know.