Persons aged 55 or more are VIPs at FBC! This sector of our church membership identify themselves as “senior adults” and FBC has a ministry focused on this vitally important group. The watchword of our umbrella organization, the Senior Adult Council, has come to us from the poetry of Robert Browning: “Grow old along with me! The best is yet to be – – the last of life, for which the first was made” (Rabbi Ben Ezra, St. I.). Under the watchful eye of the Senior Adult Council , our older adult ministries include monthly PrimeTime activities, homebound ministry, Bereavement Team, Friend’s Day, Historical Committee, day trips and more. For more information about Senior Adult ministries: Contact Steve Sumerel or call 274-3286, x128. The Tie That Binds– – a publication for FBCHomebound members – Click here to read the latest edition of The Tie that Binds
PrimeTime is so-named because this gathering for persons 50 years and older takes place on the first Monday of each month, October-December and February-May. A wide spectrum of activities is included: ceramics, Bible study, and a wonderful lunch with entertainment or a speaker. There is something for everyone on PrimeTime Monday!
Lunch reservations may be made by phone at 336-274-3286 ext. 123 or by emailing Marty Kellam at Email .
9:00 am – Ceramics, Gym
11:00 am – Bible Study with Steve Sumerel, 101
12 noon – Lunch & Speaker/Presentation, Fellowship Hall
FBC Day trips are offered throughout the year to lots of interesting places in and around the Piedmont Triad. Everyone is invited to sign up and come along. We offer a variety of trips from memorial visits to plays to shopping to gospel sings and preaching! Come and have fun! Cliff Lowery – Email | 210-6923 or Monica Vaughan – Email | 323-0335
Previous Day Trips include:
- WWII Memorial in Bedford, Virginia
- Billy Graham museum
- Southern Supreme fruit cakes (Nov/Dec)
- Shopping at Tanger Outlet
- Paul J. Ciener Botanical Gardens
- Old Salem
- Plays at Wohlfart Haus Dinner Theatre