Senior Adults

The FBC Senior Adult Ministry provides a wonderful opportunity to become part of a meaningful ministry that utilizes the talents of First Baptist Senior Adults.  As part of our group, you will be part of something fun and purposeful.

We stay active in our church and community through monthly lunches, special events, and mission projects.  We also have the best pot luck meals anywhere! Join our special group of senior adults as we serve together and encourage one another . . . and may you find the love of Christ as you are part of something special.


For more information, contact Laura Sharp, our Senior Adult Activities Coordinator.




Join us on Tuesdays at 11:45 for lunch at a local restaurant. We meet every week EXCEPT the third Tuesday of the month. Check the church bulletin or call the church office for this week's restaurant location.

monthly luncheons

Our senior adult monthly luncheons are on the third Tuesday of every month. We meet at 12:00 noon in the Fellowship Hall. Bring your favorite side dish and/or dessert and join us for great food and fellowship. Meat and drinks are provided.


trips and outings

Be a part of exciting day and overnight trips! We plan a wide variety of trips to appeal to all tastes. Check out upcoming events or stop by the church office for a list of upcoming trips.

Senior Adult Upcoming Events

  • Gibbs gardens

    Set on the sprawling estate of Jim Gibbs, these 220 acres comprise 16 breath-takingly beautiful gardens in various styles, surrounded by majestic forest, spring-fed ponds, streams, waterfall, and bridge crossings.

    Join us on our second annual day trip to Gibbs Gardens on Tuesday, March 24th. Tickets are $16 plus an optional $5.30 tram ticket. Be prepared to purchase lunch at the gardens as well. Contact Laura Sharp n the church office for more details and to sign up.

  • atlanta history Center

    The Atlanta History Center is a history museum and research center located in the Buckhead district of Atlanta, Georgia. The Museum was founded in 1926, and currently consists of six permanent, and several temporary, exhibitions.

    We will be visiting the Atlanta History Museum at the end of April. More details coming soon.

  • the billy graham library

    The Billy Graham Library, which opened in 2007,  tells the story of how God used the ministry of Billy Graham to reach the world, from humble beginnings on a Charlotte, North Carolina dairy farm to all corners of the earth.

    We will take an overnight trip to The Billy Graham Library in June. Details coming soon.