The Adult 55+ Ministry exists for the purpose of providing opportunities for spiritual growth and at the same time offer numerous activities involving missions, fellowship, and travel. Our goal is to make Jesus known in Aiken and beyond.
Tuesday, September 20 • 11:00 AM
Lunch & Games (Kid City)
Thursday, October 20 • 4:00 PM
Old McDonald Fish Camp Trip
Sunday, November 6 • 11:45 AM
Veterans Appreciation Luncheon (Gym)
Wednesday, December 14
Christmas Dinner & Worship Night
The Spring 55+ Jubilee is a wonderful time of singing, laughing and preaching where countless lives have been encouraged and changed. Make plans to join us in Myrtle Beach for Spring Jubilee with guest speakers, Pastor Johnny Hunt and Dr. Robert Jeffries. Guests also include comedian, Chonda Pierce and worship led by the Collingsworth Family, Jason Crabb, the LeFevre Quartet, and Legacy 5. Deadline to register is February 9 and the trip is limited to the first 50 registrations with paid deposits. Remaining balance is due by March 23.
Deposit: $75.00 (non-refundable)
Final balance due: March 16
Cost – varies depending on individuals per room
A DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED to reserve a spot on the trip. Registration is NOT COMPLETE until payment has been made. Thank you in advance for understanding.
4 per room – $108.00 per person
3 per room – $164.00 per person
2 per room – $285.00 per person
1 per room – $425.00 per person
Price includes conference, hotel, and transportation (Meals are NOT included)
For questions, please contact Peggy Bishop: email@example.com
The Sunshine Ladies meet at 9:00 AM each Monday morning in the Atrium to write notes of encouragement, sympathy, or whatever the need may be. They visit in the hospitals, nursing homes, and with our homebound, bringing them a warm smile, a kind word, and some beautiful flowers to brighten their day. All are welcome to join this group. For more information contact Karen Myers: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Handyman ministry of Adult 55+ Ministry meets the second Tuesday of the month for breakfast, a Bible lesson, and fellowship. Following the meal, work assignments are given out and our men are off to use their hands as tools of God to help make repairs, build handicap ramps and a number of other projects among our members. For more information contact Karen Myers: email@example.com