We believe seniors play a vital role in the body of Christ. We are committed to providing fellowship and fostering their enthusiastic love for Christ.
The senior adults at Henderson Hills - loosely categorized as anyone age 63 years and older - have a vibrant and active ministry. Seniors enjoy the flexibility of reduced work hours or retirement, which gives more time for Bible study, fellowship, and volunteer work.
Senior Adult Dinner
On the second Tuesday of each month at 6 pm, the Senior Adult Ministry hosts a catered meal and entertainment in the HHBC Activities Center. The entertainment varies but has included jazz bands, singers, comedy acts, and featured speakers. The church provides the entree and attendees bring side dishes, salads or desserts to share. There is no charge and guests are always welcome.
Entree will be: Jo's Famous Pizza
Entertainment will be: Jenny Broughton. A gifted storyteller with a humorous outlook on the most everyday matters.
Entree will be: Mexican Food
Entertainment will be: Edgar and Patricia Galdamez. Edgar is the Hispanic pastor here at HHBC.
Entree will be: Sub Sandwiches
Entertainment will be: Missionaries Josh and Millie Wall
Please eat dinner before coming. Ice Cream and cookies will be served.
Entertainment will be: Aaron Ferguson will speak on our founding fathers. Randy Lackey will play the piano while we sing patriotic songs.
Entree will be: Chicken Strips
Entertainment will be: TBD
Entree will be: TBD
Entertainment will be: The Boys Ranch will be sharing
*Please bring a monetary donation for The Boy's Ranch
Entree will be: Pizza
Entertainment will be: Students from the College House will be sharing
*Please bring paper goods for the College House
Entree will be: Turkey and Dressing
Entertainment will be: Mark and Alesa Campbell
*Please bring a donation for Project 66
Entree will be: Ham
Entertainment will be: Christmas Story presented by Wendy Fuller. Christmas music by Jody Hendley
*Please bring white socks for the homeless
Senior adults make excellent mentors. Mature believers are needed to help younger believers deepen their walk with Christ. Sometimes a person going through a medical crisis needs a mentor who's already experienced this crisis. Other times a mentor may be able to share skills learned in parenting, on the job, or in life. Learn more about mentoring by contacting these Mentoring Coordinators:
Women: Pam McDougal | Men: Phil Sallee | Students: Patty Barnes
Periodically, the Senior Adults plan short trips and local activities. Past outings include touring the 'Passage' Bible exhibit, eating fried chicken at Ischen's, attending movies, riding the riverboats on the Bricktown canal, and more.
For more information, contact Sandy Rodriguez.