Don’t let the world tell you that you are past your prime or that there is nothing you can do to advance the kingdom of God. In our Senior Saints Ministries we have multiple ways for you to connect with the Body of Christ as well as minister to others to help them find joy in loving, serving, and worshiping our God. Below are some of our offerings, and we hope to have more to come!
Pioneer Women for Christ
The Pioneer Women for Christ is one of our longest running life groups at Brady Lane Church. This group of women meet once a month for fellowship, devotion, prayer, and activities. This group also does a card ministry and other various ministries from time to time based on need. Check out our church calendar for days and times.
Thursday Morning Seniors Breakfast
Our Thursday morning retirees breakfast is a time of fellowship and food – about 25 of our seniors meet at the Eagles Lodge at 18th and Brady Lane – 8am on Thursdays. All are welcome, you don’t have to necessarily be a senior to attend- just be ready to have some great food and great company!
Widow’s Life Group
This is one of our newest life groups at Brady Lane Church. We have a number of widows in our family at BLC and thanks to some forward thinking by one of our members and group leader – Sue Mullen – we now have this awesome group for our widows where they can share life together and study God’s Word. This group meets twice monthly. See the BLC Calendar for days and times.
CORE Men and CORE Women is our intentional discipleship program that we have here at BLC. For our more mature members, especially our senior saints, we encourage you to become a CORE Mentor. We need folks who are a little further down the road in their relationship with Jesus that can walk along side our CORE members and help them to grow, share advice when asked for it, and provide encouragement and prayer for these younger Christians who will be our FUTURE CORE! For more information about participating in this program, contact Jeff Keller our Lead Minister.
We also have connections to folks in the community who have opportunities for our senior saints
https://www.aidandattendance.com/ (This is a great resource for wartime veterans and surviving spouses, as it can give them additional dollars to help pay for assisted living or home services!)
https://www.elderlifefinancial.com/ (We partner with Elder Life and they can help provide bridge loans so folks don’t have to wait until a home sells or the VA benefits kick in, to move into a community. They can also provide other financial counseling to find ways to help pay for services
Asisted Living Research Institute
Heather Cora, Community Outreach https://www.assistedliving.org/senior-housing/