Senior adults missionary ministries proposal
With the first baby boomer turning sixty years of age in , many churches are starting to "catch a vision" of the mature-adult harvest field! Truly, as Jesus said in John —35, the field is white already to harvest, and that field is full of senior adults. But what are some of the basics in beginning a ministry to senior adults? This is the first of a four-part series of informational articles on starting and developing a twenty-first-century ministry to mature adults. I would like to use the simple letters A, B, C as steps to consider when initiating a senior adult ministry. Every church should first pray until the leadership agrees that a senior adult program is not an option but an integral part of the life of the church.
Is your church senior-sensitive?
Seniors in the Spotlight | Friendship Baptist Church
If you feel called by God to approach your church about introducing or supporting a ministry, you may be asked to write a proposal. A staff member may be able to approve it, but other proposals may have to be drawn up to discuss a ministry that operates continuously with significant time, funding, people or contracts with outside groups. The proposal also could go before the church's formal approval process, such as a committee review. Read the church's mission statement and information about its values and vision. Ask church members and leaders whether the ministry would make a good fit and could involve the congregation.
Senior Adult Ministry
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