Adults 60 Plus
So teach us to number our days, that we may present to you a heart of wisdom. Psalm 90:12
There’s never a dull moment in our Adults 60 Plus Ministry. That’s because there is no shortage of opportunities to actively engage in ministry. Through classes, outings, and serving within the church and throughout the community, our adults 60 and older are deepening their spiritual maturity and sharing their wisdom with younger generations.
Upcoming Day Trips
Adele's in Wills Point
Thursday, April 20. Shopping and lunch. Cost $30. RSVP to Molly.
Texas Rangers Game
Thursday, June 22. Cheer on the Rangers in the shade in the All-You-Can-Eat Seats. Cost $40. RSVP to Molly.
Bonton Farms Tour and Lunch
Wednesday, May 3. See the difference Bonton Farms is making. Cost $25. RSVP to Molly.
Magnolia Market at the Silos in Waco
Wednesday, May 17. Cost $75 (includes lunch and transportation). RSVP to Molly.
Come to campus early for the 8:15 am Communion Service and then visit over coffee and pastries in Elliott Hall before heading to a Sunday Morning Community. There are several offerings from which to choose at 9:30 and 11 am.
- Acts Too - 50s & 60s - H020
- Bell - 60s - Room 119 – Alexander Bldg
- Catacombs - 70s & up - Room 120 – Alexander Bldg
- Connections - 50s–70s - H017
- McCoy - 70s & up - H018
- Tom Currie- 70s & up - H203
- Trinity - 50s & 60s - Room 114 — Alexander Bldg
Women's Weekly Bible Studies, various days and times to choose from. Details available on women's.
Tuesday's, 7–8 am in Elliott Hall.
Bonton Farms - Join this church-wide service initiative in the South Dallas community of Bonton. Spend a Saturday afternoon at Bonton Farms doing clean up, handy work, feeding animals, or weeding and seeding the garden. Each month’s projects are different as the farm expands to give healthy options to residents of this food desert.
Mission Opportunities - Members in the Adults 60 Plus Ministry seek to be a beacon of light in our community and in the world through involvement in ministries across the church, which serve the church, community, and wider world.
Homebound Visitiation and Communion - A group of volunteers regularly visit homebound members throughout the year. This ministry provides a way for our homebound members to stay connected with the community even though they are unable to physically attend church. Reserve elders also are able to administer Communion
Friday Fellowship program is open to all adults 60 plus in the Dallas community and offers a variety of educational, entertaining and cultural opportunities. Activities are held at 9:30 am every Friday morning and all are welcome to participate. Most of the classes and activities are free and open to both members and non-members. The program or featured speaker starts at 11 am and is followed by lunch at 11:45 am. Lunch is $10. To RSVP for lunch call 214-525-4151 by noon on the Thursday preceding the Friday program.
Schedule of Events
- 9:15–10 am: Bible Study – What Happened Between Genesis and Revelation?
- 9:15–11 am: Bridge and Knitting as a Ministry meets in Elliott Hall
- 9:30–10:30 am: Zumba Gold meets every Friday in H020 (cost $10/month)
- 9:30–10:30 am: Telling Your Story meets first Friday in the Private Dining Room
- 10–10:45 am: How to Use Your Smart Phone/Tablet meets third Friday in H017
- 11 am: Program in Elliott Hall
- 11:45 am: Lunch ($10 with reservations) in Elliott Hall
April and May Program Schedule:
April 7 – Gale Brink, Book Reviewer presents: They Are All My Family by John Riordan: A Daring Rescue In the Chaos of Saigon’s Fall.
April 14 – No Friday Fellowship/Good Friday
April 21 – Missionaries, Dottie and Carlton Meredith
Gathered and Scattered: the Purpose of Mission at HPPC
Locally and Abroad The Merediths will share their experiences teaching at the Séminaire Biblique de Bruxelles and establishing a church in a culture where there is full freedom of belief but increasing restrictions on the public expression of religious belief.
April 28 - Tim Cowlishaw- Sports Columnist at the Dallas Morning News
Tim Cowlishaw, Dallas Morning News sports columnist, commentator, and author of Drunk on Sports will share with us his professional career and the challenge of alcohol addiction.
May 5 – Nancy Ashley, Book Reviewer presents:
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller: The Woman in the Family By Bernice Kert
A storyteller of unusual ability who has her audience laughing one minute and pausing to think seriously the next. She explains the story behind the story and celebrates the lives of great Americans.
May 12 – Michael Shake, Director of Music & Artistic Ministries, King of Glory Lutheran Church, Michael Shake, presents: Wondrous Machine! AnIntroduction to the Pipe Organ
May 12 is the last Friday Fellowship of the program year.
We will resume on Sept. 8.