Seniors' Ministry

Click on the PDF to view Yesterday's Youth Fall 2017 Calendar of Events
YY Calendar - 2017 Fall.pdf
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Yesterday’s Youth is our young-at-heart seniors’ group which has been active for over thirty years! Over these years many of our members and friends have joined in for lunch, fellowship, fun, games, and entertainment. From early September to the end of May, with the exception of January, they meet the first and third Wednesday (12:00 noon) for lunch, fellowship, and fun. On the first Wednesday of each month there is a catered lunch and entertainment ($15) and on the other Wednesday they bring their own bag lunch and enjoy playing cards and games. Coffee and dessert are provided ($3). The year usually ends with a special event.

All seniors of the congregation and surrounding community are invited. Contact the church office for more information.


Adult Morning Bible Study (updated Sept. 2017)

We meet the 2nd & 4th Thursday mornings from 9:30 am - 11:00 am. Each session we gather to share a time of fellowship, to study the texts for the upcoming Sunday, and to join with one another is prayer. We begin our time together at 9:30 am for coffee and fellowship. Our time of study goes from 10:00 am - 11:00 am here at the church.


Adult Evening Study (updated Sept. 2017)

This fall we welcome Rev. Darryl Roste to share a Bible Study of Life's Transitions. We will mee the 1st & 3rd Monday evenings from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm. There are no materials required for this study.

 Life transitions can be thrust upon us unexpectedly; accidents, the death of a loved one, divorce, the loss of a job, or retirement. All of these create situations where we must leave something behind and then adjust to a “new normal” in life, whether we want to or not. To be sure, not all transitions are part of a negative experience. Transitions can be planned and expected; marriage, a new job, a move to a new place, or retirement. Transitions can provide us with the opportunity to learn about our strengths and to ask ourselves what is really important to us. We can learn much about God’s grace and strength when we embrace transitions with honesty and courage.