The Falls Church Anglican Seniors’ Ministry is a vibrant ministry for adults of all ages and varying levels of ability and interest who are available for day time activities. It is a place where strong friendships are built as the participants enjoy each others’ company and wisdom and as they serve each other and those who do not attend The Falls Church Anglican. The Ministry carries out scripture-based programs that connect them with church life, help them grow in faith and discipleship, provide opportunities for mentoring, and encourage them to discover and use their special gifts serving others in the community. The participants engage in a wide range of activities that include Bible study, exercise, book club, bridge, monthly breakfasts, retreats, serving meals at a homeless shelter, classes, trips to the theater, museums and other places of interest. It is a ministry of joy and laughter.
For a detailed list of our activities click Programs and Activities of Seniors.
Here are a few examples of our activities:The PERSONAL HISTORY WRITING GROUP PUBLICATIONS web pages proudly share with you some outstanding new essays written by members of the Personal History Writing Group. These essays provide a fascinating glimpse of life in years gone by, while showing the skill of group members.
Click to see the essay: A Favorite Relative
Click to see the essay: God and Myrtle Beach
Click to see information about The Personal History Writing Group
CIVIL WAR HISTORY COURSE provides lectures on Civil War campaigns, which took place at sites near to DC and west of the Alleghenies. See pictures from our May 10, 2010 tour of the Antietam Battlefield.