Sardis is Your Senior Link!
If you are retired, an empty-nester, or just downsizing your busy life, Sardis Presbyterian Church has the “Senior Link” for you.
Aging is inevitable and is the blessing of long life. There are challenges and opportunities along the way. Sardis’ Senior Link Ministry hopes to provide you with information and assistance at the level you desire. Our goal is to keep you connected to your church family and to keep you up-to-date on church activities, opportunities, and available resources.Friendship Connection
A monthly fellowship group for retirees and older adults. Meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month in Sardis Mission House for a program in the Sardis House at 11:00 a.m. followed by lunch ($8) at 12:00 p.m. The programs are led by a variety of speakers: theologians, artists, civic leaders and volunteers. A good place to see old friends and make new friends! Contact Jane Fobel
with any questions.
Reservations can be made by calling the reservation line at (704) 926-1590
Shining Stars Adult Day Respite
Shining Stars is a non-profit adult day respite program for members of our community with early stages of Alzheimer’s. Activities include supervised projects, social interaction, and exercise designed to encourage and stimulate the participants. The service is hosted by Sardis on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. We support the program by providing lunches on Tuesdays. Contact Suzanne Bach with any questions 704.335.0253.
The Church Bus
The church provides transportation to the 11:00 a.m. worship service on Sunday mornings for residents of Plantation Estates and for the retirement communities Carriage Club, Sharon Towers and The Cypress.
Church members are paired with homebound members and serve as a phone friend. The phone friend calls the homebound member once a week to see how that individual is and to keep him-her updated on news from Sardis.
Special Worship Services and Communion*
Lessons & Carols (Advent)
Holy Week Remembrance Service
* Communion is served at each of these short services. Held in the chapel, these services are offered to homebound and other members who may have difficulty attending regular worship services.
Provide a Shining Stars meal
Become a driver of the church mini-bus
Be a Phone Friend to a homebound member
The church library maintains a collection of resources dealing with all stages of senior living. Materials are added and updated on a regular basis. Consult the church librarian for more information and volunteer opportunities.