Plymouth Harbor ~ Day Program For Older Adults
Plymouth Harbor, a day program for older adults, meets at Central on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, as a ministry to older adults in our church and community who can beneﬁt from structured activities that provide socialization and stimulation. In addition, the program provides an antidote to the loneliness older adults often experience by offering friendships, opportunities to reminisce and share stories, and to be part of a caring community. Care is provided by staff and many volunteers from Central and the community who give freely of their time and talents. Itʼs truly a place where “everybody knows your name, and everybodyʼs glad you came.” Central began this ministry in 1991, and it has grown and thrived until now,18 years later. Local musicians and storytellers offer their talents as well. For more information, please contact Dick Baxter or look at the website: www.plymouth-harbor.org/
A reminder: A Caregiver Support Group meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month in the Fireplace Room from 10:30 till noon. Led by Sue Kahn, a Licensed Professional Counselor, the group is open to anyone who is a caregiver (church member, Plymouth Harbor family member, or member of the community) and could use the support of a caring, knowledgeable group of people.
We are always grateful for memorial and other generous donations made by church members; these help fund scholarships for those who need assistance to attend Plymouth Harbor. Checks can be made out to Plymouth Harbor and deposited in the offering plate or mailed to the office. Thank you!