Our Senior Adults take active leadership roles in our church and serve by teaching Sunday School, providing leadership for committees, serving on our Fellowship of Deacons, keeping the nursery, ministering to those of our church family who are no longer able to be actively involved, and by being very involved in mission projects in our community, around the state, and around the world.
Our Senior Adults are a fun-loving, adventuresome group of people! Just say the word, “go” and they are ready. Because of empty nests and retirement status, our seniors have the time and desire to travel-from day trips to the Billy Graham Museum to 4-day trips to a Senior Adult Conference in Pigeon Forge, we don’t miss out on a fellowship opportunity!
CWA (Comfortable With Age) is the name of our Senior Adults who meet monthly (on the 4th Tuesday of each month) for a time of fellowship, an interesting program, and a great covered-dish meal.
Rev. Adair Rogers has been the Minister of Music at First Baptist since 1995, and, in 2012, added to her job description, Minister of Senior Adults. Adair says that Senior Adults, more than any other group in the church, know how to have a good time and how to honor God in the process. If you’re interested in ways you can be involved in the Senior Adult ministry of our church, call Adair at 864.984.7500 or 864.923.1631, or email her. She would love to help you get plugged in to one of the greatest assets at First Baptist—our Senior Adults!