Adults 50

The Adults 50 & Better ministry offers opportunities of encouragement for senior adults to participate in activities designed to continue their spiritual, mental, and emotional growth. The ministry also allows seniors to fellowship with one another both inside and outside of LifeBridge by reaching out to those on the fringe of the life of the church, and serve the Lord by caring for and serving others within the church and the community. Today’s seniors are vibrant and engaged and bring a lifetime of experiences. They intentionally seize the day to make a difference in the world for Christ.

A Night of Music and Comedy With Mark Lowry
Mark is the baritone singer for the Grammy-award-winning Gaither Vocal Band and serves as the sidesplitting comedic sidekick for Bill Gaither through live concert tours and the best-selling Gaither Homecoming video series and television airings.

  • Oct. 14, 7 to 9 pm
  • Life Fellowship, 11500 Sheridan Blvd., Westminster
  • Tickets: $17

Touching Lives
Our Touching Lives ministry provides outreach to our elderly residents living in facilities. We offer a weekly non-denominational worship service for residents to enjoy the spirit of joy and praise through music and a message. Our volunteer visitation team visits with residents in their room to build a relationship built on friendship and kindness. It is our goal to remind each person that God has not forgotten them and will never forsake them. We always welcome volunteers, so please contact us if you’re interested.

The Luncheon
A monthly luncheon from September through May to gather for a special presentation and lunch among friends.

  • Sept. 11, 12 pm
  • Featured speaker Loyal Gallaher
  • Tickets: $8
  • Register

The Gathering
A quarterly event to enjoy dinner, fellowship and entertainment from September through April.

  • Luke Yates in Concert
  • Sept. 22, dinner 6 pm, concert 7:30 pm
  • Tickets: Dinner and concert $12. Concert only $8
  • Register

Bike Rides
Enjoy great fellowship and exercise in the beautiful Colorado outdoors. All rides start at 8 am.

Tuesday Rides

  • Aug. 8 – Ride to Boyd Lake in Loveland. Meet at the Chilson Recreation Center, 700 E. 4th St., Loveland.
  • Aug. 15 – Ride the Boulder bike trails. Meet at the Stazio Ball Fields, 2445 Stazio Drive, Boulder, off Valmont Road. For those who want a little challenge, we will ride up Boulder Canyon for about 1 mile on the bike trail.
  • Aug. 22 – Ride along the LoBo Trail to Niwot. For a shorter ride, meet at the parking lot on Sunset Street south of Pike Road at 8:30 am. For a longer ride, meet at the St. Vrain Trailhead on County Line Road south of Walmart at 8 am.
  • Aug. 29 – Ride trails in northeast Longmont. Meet at Jim Hamm Nature, 1701 E. County Line Road, Longmont.
  • Sept. 4 – Ride the Firestone Trail. Meet at the King Soopers parking lot, 6110 Firestone Blvd., Firestone.

Saturday Rides – More Challenging

  • Aug. 5 – Silver Creek High School, 4901 Nelson Road, to Niwot via 63rd and Jay Road
  • Aug. 12 – Jim Hamm Nature, 1701 E. County Line Road in Longmont to Berthoud.
  • Aug. 19 – Mead City Park, 441 Third St., to Platteville
  • Aug. 26 – Silver Creek High School, 4901 Nelson Road, to Hay Stack Loop

Widowers Support Group
Second Thursday of the month, 6:30-8:30 pm, conference room
Facilitated by Dick Schiffer and Lew Cox
With the loss of a wife, many people need help navigating that journey. In an effort to meet these needs, this widowers support group will provide fellowship and encouragement, and will follow an open format where participants may come and go based on their needs. If you are interested,  please contact Abby Carney or Paul Stetler.

On the first Sunday of the month, fellowship and enjoy a meal together at different restaurants.

  • Aug. 6, 11 am, Chili’s, 1245 S. Hover St., Longmont

Fall Colors Day Trip
Sept. 25, meet at the church at 8:30 am
Enjoy a beautiful drive to view the Rocky Mountain fall colors. The group will enjoy lunch in Estes Park – Dutch treat. We will take the two church vans allowing for 24 people to ride, and plan to return to the church by 4 pm. A donation of $5 for fuel for the vans would be appreciated.

Ongoing Ministries

Handyman Ministry – Provide care to our elderly and widow community by doing fix-up jobs around the house.
Sunday Drivers – Provide transportation for our seniors, many whom would love to interact and worship with us, but have no way of coming to our services.
His Hands Ministry – The group sews comfort items such as bears, pillows, and turbans for cancer patients. These items are distributed to local cancer centers.
Dorcas Piece Makers – The quilting team makes baby quilts for Life Choices Pregnancy Center, and also craft walker bags and lap robes for several senior citizen living centers.