The goal of the Senior Adult Ministry at SV is to Love God, Love Others, Make Disciples by cultivating a culture of Grace. We strive to provide opportunities for senior adults to grow spiritually, fellowship with one another, and to serve the Lord and our community. We believe that Senior Adults should invest in the next generations through discipleship and mentoring.
SENIOR ADULT COMMUNITY
Small Groups – There are opportunities for bible study on campus each Sunday at 7:45, 9:00, and 10:45 as well as home groups during the week. Click here for information on Small Groups.
Senior Adult Gatherings – We gather on the 2nd Tuesday at 11:30 from September through May to enjoy a meal and program of special interest and spiritual growth. The program is free and the cost for the meal is $5. Reservations can be made through the church office.
Senior Adult Choir – The Severns Valley Singing Saints meet on Tuesdays at 11:00 from September through May. It’s a great time of fellowship and singing familiar hymns and gospel songs. Throughout the year we provide programs for our Senior Adult Gatherings and area Senior Living Centers.
Senior Adult Exercise – Low impact and focus on balance and exercising responsibly. Equipment is available for use such as weight, mats, balls, and bands or you can bring your own. Bring a smile and a desire to just have fun. Meets Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8:30am in the Multi-Purpose Room. *Currently not meeting due to Covid19
We believe that every member should have a place of service at SV. There are many opportunities available to serve for all ages whether on campus or in our community. Visit the Serve Page, here.
Hometouch Ministry – Hometouch is a ministry to connect people who are unable to attend church in person. If you or someone you know would benefit from this ministry please contact us by email or at the number at the bottom of the page.
There are two ways that you can volunteer.
1. Adopt one of our members who are at home or in a Long Term care facility. You would reach out to them at least once a month by visiting, phoning, or sending cards.
2. Doing small home projects for our elderly members.