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If you watch the “Antiques Roadshow” on TV, you soon learn that the older something is the more valuable it becomes. Don’t we love it?  There is no exact age when a person becomes a “senior.” Some say 55 or 60 and others, 62. We say if you visit our group and are blessed by your experience, you are welcome!  We plan all of our activities with five very important directives in mind. Here’s what we’re about:

1. Fellowship – there are many ways to have fellowship, but our main purpose for fellowship is found in 1 John 1:7.
2. Encouragement – All of us need to be encouraged. Seniors face many challenges as age creeps up on us (see               Hebrews 10:25).
3. Friendship – We are all about building relationships (see Proverbs 17:17).
4. Compassion – We want to be people of compassion!
5. Outreach – we believe our best days of making a difference are still ahead! Senior Adult Ministry offers opportunities       to touch lives and make an impact for Christ.

For any questions, contact Patsy Grisham – Senior Adults Coordinator, 662-534-9713 or 662-316-9148.