Legacy builders: Equipped to Build a Legacy
Legacy Builders equips men and women ages 55 and above with a God-centered vision for their lives and connects them to opportunities for growth, community, service, and care. We see spiritual growth and fruitfulness as a life-long endeavor, producing a legacy of God's faithfulness for the generations that follow.
"You shall love the lord your god with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might. and these words that I command you today shall be on your heart. you shall teach them diligently to your children." Deuteronomy 6:5-7a
There are four areas we want to connect men and women to:
We want men and women in this season of life to be fully equipped for spiritual growth and to have a strong vision for finishing well. Opportunities in this area include Legacy Builders monthly events, and spotlight events (THINK, SERVE, LIVE, IGNITE, and REACH).
We want to spark new relationships as well as develop connections for long-term community. Our primary place for lasting community is Small Groups, followed by Adult Big Groups and Men’s and Women’s Bible studies; however, Legacy Builders creates age-appropriate opportunities to spark new relationships including Legacy Builders Hymn Sings and many other social events!
We want to follow Jesus’ example in giving our lives away. That’s why we invite people to serve both within the church and in our larger community in short-term and long-term capacities. Opportunities include unique one-time service opportunities throughout the year (via our Legacy Builders Mailing List), partnering with our Local Outreach organizations, and serving in various ministries throughout the church.
We know that there are needs in this season of life, so we want to connect men and women to places in our church where they can have their needs addressed by God’s resources and the care of our church. These opportunities include widow ministry, financial assistance, hospital visitation, and various Compassion ministries.
For more information on this ministry, or if someone you know does not have access to the internet or does not use email, contact Karen Davis.