What is senior connections?
Senior adults are an important and valued at part of our congregation. We know many seniors long for community with each other and with the entire church body as we all seek to truly experience the benefits of being the multigenerational body of Christ.
Senior Connections offers an opportunity for senior adults (ages 65+) both to enjoy each other’s company and to become aware of the many facets and ministries of the church. The monthly gatherings will consist of singing hymns, a brief devotional, prayer updates, Browncroft news, a ministry report from a staff member, and a featured presentation. Attendees are welcome to remain for informal conversation afterwards.
To receive a monthly invitation (and to indicate if you need transportation assistance) please provide your name, mailing address, and email address (if available). You do not need to register to the individual gatherings, including those when lunch is provided.
Our next gathering is Friday, June 10 in the Café starting with lunch at noon. The program has been rearranged from what was previously announced and will be on the history of the Erie Canal. Our guest speaker will be Bill Poray, the town historian of Perinton. He educates the public about our local heritage through talks, walking tours, and writing articles. We’re honored to have him speak to us and show us photos of this significant landmark of local history. We’ll also sing hymns, have devotions led by Tricia Yoder (Browncroft Kids Director) and hopefully have a couple of college-age baseball players from the Rochester Ridgemen describe their upcoming summer season!