Senior Adult Ministry

, Senior Adult Director: Eric Langseth
Mission Statement:​ We seek to meet the spiritual, physical, and social needs of our retired and senior adults.  We keep faith with the Churh’s mission statement of Christ’s Church; that purpose is evangelism, decipleship, proclamation, and pursuit of excellence in all things.​  The core values of the Senior Adult Ministry are as follows;
Fellowship: Sharing abilities with others for the cause of Christ.
Encouragement: Reinforcing one another in need.
Compassion: Support of the needy.  We are care givers, not just care receivers.
Outreach: Carrying out the great commission through our web in influence.
All are welcome to attend and become a part of our ministry.

1. Joy ClubPresident: Jerry Roten
Meets:     February thru October on 3rd Wednesday of each month at noon for a covered dish luncheon, fellowship, business meeting, and guest speakers of interest to senior adults.

2. Senior Advisory Committee
Meets: As Required
Purpose: The advisory committee role in the senior ministry is to plan various trips of interest to the seniors of our church.
3. Senior Encouragers

Chairperson: Marsha Barr
Meets:       1st & 3rd Monday in the Fellowship Hall at 10:00 a.m.
Purpose:     We send cards, make phone calls and make home visits.
Meets:        2nd Monday of each month at 10:00 a.m. at local assisted living facilities.
Purpose:     We visit local assisted living facilities to offer support and encouragement to the residents.

4. Sunday Morning Classes

We have several Senior Adult Sunday School Classes starting at 9:00 a.m. See Sunday School under Resources Menu for details.
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Joy Club Luncheon Guest Speakers

Each month that the Joy Club meets for lunch (April-October) a guest speaker from around the area to speak on topics of interest to seniors and the church.  Check the church bulletin for details.

Senior Adult Trips

Group outings to a different venue each month that Joy Club is in session.  These usually involve travel (provided by the church), attendance to the event, a meal out, and travel back to the church.  The steering committee works to develop the schedule and make the arrangements.  Signup sheets are posted next to the first floor elevator near the cafeteria and reminders placed in the bulletin the week of the event.  It’s a great time of Christian fellowship.