The Senior Adult Ministry offers a wide range of groups, social events, and service opportunities. Life Groups are designed to deepen your relationship with God, your relationship with others and to equip you to live intentionally. We believe community is the basis for discipleship, and Life Groups allow you to walk through life with people who are similar to your age and stage of life.
Contact us if you have questions or need help getting connected - [email protected] or call the church office at 972-238-7243.
The Heights Car Care Ministry is designed to provide basic automotive maintenance services at no cost and on a regular basis to our widows, single moms, and single women at The Heights. Car maintenance dates are typically in February, June, and October on Saturday mornings. If you are in need of any kind of car maintenace, please register your car below.
Next Car Care - March 2
SUNDAYS FOR SENIOR ADULTS
Connect with a group in Bible study either at 8:00, 9:30, or 11:00 AM on Sunday mornings.
CLASSIC WORSHIP SERVICE
The Classic Service has a very traditional style and meets each Sunday in The Chapel at 9:30 AM. The worship is led by a choir and classic instrumentation, singing primarily hymns. The teaching is from The Heights' teaching team, primarily our Senior Pastor Dr. Gary Singleton. You can also join us online.
SENIOR ADULT ACTIVITIES THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
Sunday Night Gathering — Classic Worship or Musical performances
Monday Funday — A time of fellowship, games, and lunch together. (1st Monday each month)
Singing Saints — Choir for ages 55 and up. (Monday mornings)
LLL (Live, Laugh, Love) — A quarterly event of fellowship and encouragement.
Cut-Ups — Assists with preparations for Children’s Ministry. (Wednesdays - 9:30 AM)
Quilted Blessings — Create quilts to donate to ministries within our community and abroad
Prayer Shawl Ministry — Crochet and knit prayer shawls for those in the hospitals and in need.
INFO AND RESOURCES
The Aging Process – Article and Resources
How Do I Retire? – Top ten list of things to do
Going to the Hospital – What to Expect
When a Loved One Passes Away – What Happens Next