Christmas Dinner & Music
Join us Sunday, December 2 for our Christmas Dinner. It's a wonderful night of fellowship, with a glazed ham dinner (with all the trimmings) and a program for you to hear an appreciate the Christmas music you've loved since your childhood. You can register at Elements Bookstore for only $15 per person.
Be sure to register by November 23 so we can get numbers to the caterer.
For the Ladies
IT’S NOT TOO LATE to join the Wednesday morning Women’s Bible Study, as we learn from Elijah about living in an insecure world. This class meets in K-Station, (upstairs at the very south end of the building) at 10:30 a.m. every Wednesday morning. Study books are available at Elements Bookstore. And, to enjoy further fellowship, join us as we go out to lunch after the study time! Please just “show up” or, if you need more information, contact our leader, Jane Osborn, at 303-693-5665.
For a morning of fellowship and service, join the group of women here at the church on the second Friday of every month, making blankets to be given to Alternatives Pregnancy Center. For more information, please call Dulcie Dewey at 303.771.3593. No sewing skills needed!
A variety of ministry opportunities are available for seniors here at Southeast. Our seniors lead the way when it comes to volunteering for programs, events, mentoring and more. They are the “heartbeat” of the ministry. Our seniors visit in the hospital; they visit those of all ages who cannot physically attend church and Adult Bible Classes. They write notes to those who need encouragement. They help provide meals for those in need. They pray in our various Prayer ministry opportunities. They serve as greeters, serve of Communion, and receive offering.
Sunday Adult Bible Classes
Class at 9:30 am: Encouragers - a class for women. Room 208.
Classes at 10:45 am: Second Mile, Discovery, & Old Testament. Room 203.
Come and join us – there is a class for you!
There are plenty of mission opportunities in our state, the US and internationally. Our seniors can get involved in these missions in all kinds of ways. From short-term mission trips, serving in SECOR, to serving at the City Mission and many more. Check at the Missions Wall in the lobby for more information.
I hope you can see that Southeast Christian Church needs the experience and wisdom of mature adults. My hope is to sound an alarm, arousing our awareness of the great opportunity for mature adult ministry.
Please call the church office at 303.841.9292
Russ McCracken, Pastoral Care