One of the great joys of church life is the intergenerational bonds that we develop as we share life together. We celebrate the vibrant ministry and unique gifts of our senior adults.
To learn more about our Senior Ministry, contact Robin Puryear, Director of Pastoral Care at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-385-2150 x 247.
Prime Time Speakers Series
11:30am - 1:00pm in Hampton Hall
This popular speakers series is designed for seniors but open to all. We gather for lunch at 11:30am followed by an engaging guest speaker. We also occasionally take group tours both locally and out of state.
June 15: Mental Health in the Community of Nashville with Sheriff Daron Hall
Save the Dates:July 20 and August 17 (Details coming soon!)
RSVPs requested by the Monday before each event for the $12 lunch. Make your reservation with the church at 615-385-2150 x 262 or online by using the button below.
Seniors Helping Others
This group offers multiple volunteer opportunities during the year which serve St. George’s ministries and organizations outside of the church. New projects are available regularly, and new people are always welcome. The projects are varied so people with all abilities can help throughout the year.
Thursday, June 1, 10:00am - Noon in the Library: Writing messages on cards for Our Little Roses, Honduras
Thursday, June 29: Preparing crafts for Vacation Bible School
Contact: Karen Lackey at 615-352-6263 or email@example.com.
Lunch & Learn: Health Matters
Lunch & Learn facilitates an environment of care and support to those who want to learn about topics of wellness that affect seniors. Anyone is welcome to attend.
This program will resume in Septemer 2023.
RSVPs requested by the Monday before each event for the $12 lunch. Make your reservation with the church at 615-385-2150 x 262 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coffee & Conversation
Next Gathering: September 14
9:00 - 10:30am in the Gathering Space
Join our volunteer hosts for Coffee and Conversation in the Gathering Space. Come and go as you wish. There is no agenda—consider it a place to meet old and new friends in fellowship. We will break for the summer and gather again in September!
Caring Connections is a ministry to help members of our church stay connected even though they may not be able to attend services or participate in activities at the church. Volunteers are assigned to contact parishioners via monthly visits, calls, or notes. In addition, these parishioners have the opportunity to participate through prayer, phone calls or writing to other parishioners. There are meaningful ways for anyone to contribute in this ministry.
Contact: Karen Lackey, 615-352-6263 or email@example.com.