Our Young At Heart Seniors are an active, vibrant and
exciting group in our church!
What is a senior? – A 65-year-old person. What is a New
Apostolic Young-at-Heart Senior? – We are still 65, but we are
vibrant, active and we know how to have fun. We have matured in
life, as well as in matters of faith. We know the importance
of our faith.
There are special services twice a year with the emphasis on us (the
Young-at-Hearts), as well as dinner parties, trips and lots of
other activities! Please join us to experience the comaraderie and
fellowship of our wonderful group of friends.
On Sunday, April 21st Brother F. Hutz, who attends the congregation in Barrie, Ontario celebrated his 80th birthday. Despiute his age, Brother Hutz continues to be one of our congregation's Greeters. After service we congregated downstairs to celebrate his birthday and all those with a birthday in the month of April.
On Tuesday March 19th Sister Katherine Davies from the Elmira congregation celebrated her 100th birthday. Sister Davies is the oldest active member of the New Apostolic Church in Canada. On Wednesday March 20th, District Apostle Woll along with a number of members from the Elmira congregation visited Sister Davies at her nursing home to spend a few moments together in fellowship.
Brother Bourassa, of the Burlington congregation, celebrated his 96th birthday on Thursday January 24th. Several members from the congregation accompanied his wife to visit him at his nursing home on Sunday, January 27th after the service.
On Saturday, January 26th the Kitchener seniors got together in Elmira for a couple of games of bowling and then we went over to the church to have a bite to eat and some fellowship. This is the first time that we have organized a bowling event with the seniors and they loved it.
On the evening of Jan. 24/13 a few members gathered at the home of our Sister J. Elliott to celebrate her 75th birthday. There Shepherd Kuechler gave her a word out of James 1:4 “But let patience have its perfect work, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing”.