Our next luncheon will be held on September 17th (the 3rd Tuesday) beginning at 11:30 am. We are currently on a summer break. However we look forward to seeing you in the fall. .
Save the Date and Come enjoy some food, fellowship and fun!
Reminder: We cancel the luncheon if Howard Co. Schools are closed. If they are delayed 2 hours we will still have the luncheon! (Click here to see all our activities)
If you would like more information or want to RSVP, please call Church Office 301-725-0241.
September 18th- We sent "care packages" to college students.
October 16th - Ms. Jody Southall from Still Well Acupuncture in Columbia, MD spoke with us about this complementary medical treatment
November 20th - Our speaker, Kevin Leonard from the Laurel Leader, researches and writes on local history, presented at discussion of WWII Internees at Fort Meade.
December 18th- All things "Red" and "Green" No gifts necessary.
January 15th - Senior Olympics
February 19th -Officer Lingham on Senior safety with dessert from Abor Terrace, Fulton, MD
March 19th - Ms. Katie Dishman, a corporate archivist for Marriott International presented "Marriott's & Motor Cars..."
April 16th - Scavenger Hunt
May 22nd - All things 'Red, White and Blue" plus a talk on aging well.
September theme to be announced
Save the dates and bring a friend!
The members of the St. Paul’s Senior Fellowship would like to thank those who supported their recent social outreach project with food and monetary donations. Because of the tremendous generosity of our congregation, a total of 24 care packages were prepared and mailed to our servicemen overseas during our 2017-2018 season.
"Many thanks to everyone who contributed funds to the Sr. Fellowship "College Care Package Project" this past September. Your generosity allowed us to package and send 13 care packages to College Students from 4 different Universities. Each package contained lots of snacks, a gift card, and a cross and bead key chain made by Senior Fellowship Members. We had a wonderful time completing this project."
Cathy and Joe