Senior Adults

Fall Calendar of Events

For you will not dwell unduly on the days of your life, because God keeps you busy with the joy of your heart. Ecclesiastes 5:20

September 8

"I Love The Lord" Celebration - Area 4
We're excited to welcome SonLife back in concert. We'll be serving up fried and grilled chicken, you bring a large covered dish to share. Cakes will be provided as we celebrate birthdays. Bring your friends to our fall kick-off fun!!

October 17

“La Via Italiana :The Italian Way” - Area 4
Let’s be Italian for a day and have “A Great Party: Una Festa Bellissima”. Join us as we enjoy some of your favorite Italian dishes catered by Olive Garden. Bring appetizers, salads, breads or desserts. Our speaker is Pastor Ken Hartley with a musical surprise and message. And one of your favorite movie characters may just show up! Bring your friends for a great party!!

November 26

It's movie day as we watch "Breakthrough" together in Area 4. Refreshments will be served and it's all free!

December 8

We're taking an off campus outing by bus to Oak Street Playhouse at First Centenary United Methodist Church for Dinner and Theatre. We'll be seeing "Charitable Sisterhood Christmas Spectacular."

Christmas, 1977, is only three weeks away, and the ladies of the Charitable Sisterhood are preparing for Second Trinity Church’s annual Christmas Spectacular … but they’re having trouble staying focused on their preparations because there’s a criminal on the loose — someone has stolen the baby Jesus figure from his place in Second Trinity’s nativity scene. Sisterhood leader Bea Littleton is certain that the culprit is her longtime rival, Lucille Orton, from First Salvation (a place of extremely strict beliefs just up the road). Bea and the other sisterhood members decide that they need help getting to the bottom of things, and they call in honorary member and private investigator Janet Murchison to delve more deeply into things and see if she can determine who the perpetrator is.

It will be an afternoon of fun with friends. We'll leave the church at 12:45pm and return around 4. Space is limited to 60 people. Cost is $35 per person and must be paid by November 28.

Reserve your space now!

January 9

Blue Jeans, Bluegrass & BBQ - Area 4
Start the year off right with blue jeans, bluegrass and BBQ. You may want to do some line dancing or square dancing before it's over. Moss Catering will be supplying their delicious BBQ and you'll bring a large side dish or dessert!  Mickey Robinson & the South Wind Bluegrass Band will entertain us.

Happy Hearts Widow Ministry

September 24

Meet at the church statue at 10:30 to carpool to the Mamie Calotta Tea Room, Chattanooga Mercantile, 6725 Ringgold Rd.  Enjoy a delightful lunch and then browse throughout the Mercantile for a treasure to take home. Arrive back at the church by 3 PM. Your friends are invited.

OCTober 24

Meet at the church at 10:30 with a warm from the oven casserole or food item for freezing. We want to fill each other’s freezers with delicious food so we never have to cook. Bring enough to share for lunch in the main foyer of Abba’s House. Bring a friend.

November 23

Meet at the AH church statue at 10 AM to carpool to the Chattanooga Convention Center, 1150 Carter Street, to enjoy the Christmas HoHo Expo . Shop early for Christmas-free parking, free admission, free photos with Santa and plenty of food for lunch.  We should be back at the church by 2 PM.

December 10

Happy Hearts Christmas Party at 10:30am at the Creek’s Bend Village Club House, 5011 Redvine Way ( 2 Minutes from church). Wear your favorite Christmas sweater for a Super Santa Sweater competition complete with prizes!! Please bring appetizers or hors d’oeuvres for the celebration. Ffor the white elephant game, bring a treasure from home that you have loved  but want to give to someone for their home. We should be home by 2 PM.

ROMEOS - Retired Old Men Encouraging Each Other

July 30
August 20
September 30
October 29
November 19

All meetings start at 6pm. For info on where each meeting will be, contact:

Alan Johnston or Samantha Steinmann
or call the church at 423-877-6462