A traditional worship service on Sunday evenings located in the Student Lounge.
As we age, one of the main issues of concern is health. Because of that, our Senior Adults will be fed a healthy lunch and will receive a presentation in the form of a health seminar. We will hear from persons who have already experienced certain health issues, so we can know what to expect, and what such a health journey might look like. We will hear about issues such as MS, cancer, pacemakers/defibrillators, C-diff, diabetes, the importance of a care-giver, exercise, dehydration, heart attack and stroke. Some very important issues will be discussed with a question and answer period at the conclusion of the presentation. Our hostess for the event will be Lifepoint Nurse Kelly Watson, RN. Your lunch and event cost will be $5, payable at sign up.
Our Senior Adult Ministry will be going to the Smyrna Town Center for lunch and entertainment. It has been a couple of years since we went to the Town Center, so this should be a great event since it is so close. We will enjoy the usual great food at the Center, which is a buffet style meal. Following the meal, we will be entertained by the superb vocals and guitar playing of Moncrief Williams. Moncrief as been the special music a couple of times at The Classic Service, and everybody simply raves about his ability to communicate through song. Many songs he sings are his own creations, and that makes for an enjoyable concert. Your cost will be $8, and will be payable upon sign-up.
Our Senior Adult Ministry will be taking the famous tour of the Oaklands Mansion and Museum in Murfreesboro, TN, following a great lunch at the county favorite Farmer's Family Restaurant, in Murfreesboro. The Oaklands Mansion and Plantation was caught in the middle of the Civil War and officers from both the Confederate and Union armies stayed in the mansion. The most notable visitor to the home was Confederate President, Jefferson Davis, who stayed at Oaklands in December of 1862. The city of Murfreesboro acquired the mansion after much neglect and vandalism. The home was opened to the public in the 1960s, and 1000's annually visit this historic landmark. Your cost for the buffet lunch and tour will be $15, payable at sign-up. UNFORTUNATELY, there is a limit of 25 for this event, so the first 25 sign-ups with payment will receive lunch and the 45-minute tour.