JOY is a group of older adults (55+) who share in fellowship and fun through a variety of activities. Centered on fun and friendly social activities, JOY offers opportunities to enjoy day trips, sporting events, monthly luncheons, and game nights with both couples and singles of the same generation. You are invited to get a little JOY in your life!
JOY Senior Adult Luncheon
JOY (Just Older Youth, 55+) will have a luncheon after the 11am service on Sunday, November 10, in the Gathering Room. Menu: baked Lasagna, salad, sautéed squash and zucchini, croissants and garlic bread, banana pudding, luscious lemon bars
Guest Speaker: Author, Betty Smith
Cost: $10.00 Register here
COMING SOON! J.O.Y. SINGERS: SENIOR ADULT CHOIR
A new choral group, The Joy Singers, is a ministry of the Johns Creek United Methodist Church. It provides an opportunity for anyone 55+ to be involved in the joy of singing. Through our own involvement, we plan to share the joy we have as a group, showing the love of God as we interact with our audiences. “Lifting voices in song remains a chief way that we praise God. Singing praises together unites minds and hearts, breath and voices – indeed the whole being – in praise.” (Hakyoung Cho Kim)
The Singers will sing throughout the community, sometimes for our senior adult group at JCUMC, sometimes for retirement communities, for assisted living residences and nursing facilities, and for other opportunities that may arise. Singing as senior citizens has been shown scientifically to be one of our best activities, offering a myriad of benefits. It increases our brain functionality, increases our self confidence, and helps to ensure a better quality of life through regular interaction with others. Taking deep breaths and letting the air out slowly builds your core. Stress tends to disappear as one is singing.
First Rehearsal: November 30 at 10:30 a.m. in the Gathering Room. In preparation for our choir debut at Arbor Terrace on December 7, at 3pm
Official Rehearsal Schedule: Thursday, January 11 – Thursday March 8, from 10:30a.m.-12:00p.m.