The Adult 5 Bible Fellowship is for adults ages 73+. We offer fellowship, relevant Bible study, and opportunities to develop spiritually and minister to others. Each class has its own "feel," so we invite you to prayerfully explore and find the place that God has prepared for you. For more information, please contact the Adult Education Ministry:
Plano Campus: 972-820-5325
North Campus: 972-798-6715
The In-Touch Ministry exists to share the love of Jesus Christ with those who reside in retirement communities, rehab/care facilities, or those who are homebound. Areas of service include:
- Visiting with residents
- Leading Bible studies
- Leading a worship service
- Participating in a worship service through singing or playing an instrument
- Visiting those who are homebound, including providing respite for in-home caregivers
- Holding prayer times
- Holding a reception or craft activity with residents as an Adult Bible Fellowship outreach activity
By bringing a personal touch to these individuals, we bring glory to God and fulfill the biblical mandates to “honor your father and mother” (Exodus 20:12) and “visit orphans and widows in their need” (James 1:27). We believe it is God’s desire that His servants finish well and want to be a part of that.
If you have a servant’s heart, and are looking for a place of service to those who need visits, hugs, love, prayer, comfort and the Gospel, consider joining the In-Touch Ministry today! To learn more, contact Phil Mitchell at 972-820-5177 or email@example.com.
The Platinum Singers is the senior adult choir that is open to anyone age 50 and above. Rehearsals will begin on Thursday, May 4, and will be held each Thursday, 1:30-3:30 p.m., in Room W207 (Plano Campus).
The goal of the Platinum Singers is to provide members with a comprehensive choral ministry, to sing for joy and fellowship, to enhance lives, to encourage personal growth in Christ, and to challenge members “to serve the Lord with all of their heart, mind, soul and strength” (Deuteronomy 6:5).
The Platinum Singers are directed by Dr. Rix Tillman, who is a retired pastor with an extensive musical background. He was a High School and Junior High band and choral director for eleven years before entering the ministry and holds a Bachelor of Music and Master of Education with Music Emphasis from Idaho State University as well as Master and Doctor of Ministry degrees from International Seminary.
For more information, contact Carolyn Tucker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 972-820-5287.