Adults 50+ Ministries

YOU ARE STRONG, ENGAGED, AND YOU ARE LOVED!

There is no doubt that adults 50+ are the most powerful consumers in the marketplace. There are currently 110 million people in the US who are 50 and older – and 1.7 million of them live in Alabama. That means over 30% of our population are 50+.

At Trinity, we have an active ministry for those 50 and older. Monthly programs and activities vary widely:

  • – hearing interesting speakers
  • – traveling on both day and overnight trips to unique sites
  • – trying new restaurants together
  • – attending cultural and special events
  • – participating in service and mission opportunities
  • – taking walking tours and exercise classes
  • – and caring for others as well as ourselves

All while growing mental, physically and spiritually. COME JOIN US!

Upcoming Events

January 26 • Gifts Academy: Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies and Initial Coin Offerings
5:30 PM on Zoom

Rusty Yerkes, Ph.D., CFA, is Associate Professor of Finance and Medical Properties trust Faculty Fellow at the Samford University Brock School of Business. We hear things about Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency on the news. What is it? How is it being used in the world today? What does it mean to me? Come hear Rusty address these questions and more. Register here.
  
 
February 12 • Valentine’s Drive Through Party
Noon – 1 PM

Let’s celebrate! Drive through to visit us and pick up goodies from Chef Bert and the Kitchen plus other surprises, too! To make a reservation, contact Julie Wright.

  
 
February 16 • Pan-Demands of the Pandemic: Checking in on Good Mental Health Practices
Noon on Zoom

The demands resulting from the pandemic can feel all-encompassing while we live in heightened isolation. Presenter Judith Harrington, Ph.D., LPC, LMFT will facilitate a discussion about social isolation and the effects on our mental health and provide resources and ideas for reducing the impact of too much aloneness. She is a nationally awarded Associate Professor of Graduate Counseling at the University of Montevallo, has been in private practice providing counseling since 1988, and specializes in crisis, trauma, grief and bereavement, suicide loss and prevention. To make a reservation, contact Julie Wright.

  
 
February 24 • Arthritis: The Good, The Bad, And the Ugly
Noon on Zoom

Join us to learn about non-surgical management options for osteoarthritis, including lifestyle changes, medications, therapy, bracing and injections. Presented by Rachel G. Henderson, MD, a non-surgical orthopaedic and sports medicine physician at Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center. To make a reservation, contact Julie Wright.

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For more information, contact Julie Wright, Director of 50+ Ministries, by email or by phone at 205-879-1737.