Saint Luke's Senior Adult Community
Both Saint Luke’s senior adult parishioners and friends in the community are welcome to attend any of the events that are of interest. Saint Luke’s Senior Adult Ministry strives to be an advocate of positive attitude towards aging, lifting up this season of life as a part of the journey and a continuation of abundant life in Christ.
Announcements for activities may be found on this website, in the Sunday bulletins, and in a monthly senior adult newsletter. If you would like to receive the newsletter, email Susanna Whitsett or call 205.802.6217.
Groups & Gatherings
This lively 1 hour exercise class meets on Mondays and Wednesdays, 8:30-9:30am at no charge. Most exercises are done from a chair, though standing exercises such as marching and ‘grapevines’ are also modeled. Exercise props including hand weights, scarves, balls, and hoola hoops are incorporated into a fun class format that focuses on maintaining strength, balance and coordination. Participants are invited to do all, some, or a little of the class – whatever suits your interest and level of fitness. Successful participation includes the ability to stand and sit without assistance. Join us! All are welcome!
Searchers is a group for all “seasoned” and senior adults. Prior to COVID, Searchers were meeting on the 2nd Monday of each month (Sept-May) at 10:30 for lunch (apprx $10), a speaker, and fellowship. Searchers is a wonderful way to engage in the life of St. Luke’s and make connections with others. Friends are always welcome! For more information and a current schedule, please contact Searchers President, Peggy Miller Douglass, President email@example.com or 205.520.2423 or the Calling Committee: Rhett Thagard at firstname.lastname@example.org or 205.870.0611 or Betty Baskay at email@example.com or 205.956.7296
Stitchers is a sewing ministry open to all novice and accomplished knitters. Prior to COVID, this sweet group was meeting the 2nd Thursday of each month for a brown bag lunch, knitting, and fellowship. The prayer-filled projects include prayer squares, shawls, hats, and scarves for people in need or crisis. For more information and a current schedule, please contact Mariellen Morris firstname.lastname@example.org or 205.527.8833
Care Partners is a community support group for anyone caring for a loved one with a form of dementia. You do not need to be a member of Founders Place or Saint Luke’s to participant. Care Partners meets every Tuesday 10:00-11:00am. This group offers a safe space for confidential discussion, listening, and education.
For More Information
Contact Susanna Whitsett at email@example.com or 205.802.6217
The mission of the Foundation is to manage gifts, memorials, and bequests for St. Luke’s Church for purposes and uses that support the long-term goals and needs of the Church and its facilities. The Foundation shall not be an ever-growing store of funds, but an ever-growing use of funds in support of St. Luke’s.