No matter what your age or stage of life, Lakewood offers a variety of classes and activities to enrich your life and deepen your faith.
Our Lakewood Men's group meets the first Saturday of every month for breakfast (in the picture above). Between meetings, they do things like build wheelchair ramps and host our annual Wild Game (and more) Dinner. Contact David Burleson.
Our United Methodist Women meet monthly. Their purpose is to nurture each other within the community and improve the lives of women, children, and youth, both here and globally. They are major supporters of the Gardner Food Pantry and UMCOR School Kits. Learn more here or contact Marilyn Vaughan.
LAFF: Lakewood Adults for Fun and Fellowship meets the second Wednesday of every month for potluck and special events. Contact the church office at (501) 753-6186 for more information.
Prime Time Singles, a social organization for older single adults, usually meets the third Thursday of each month. Contact the church office at (501) 753-6186 for more information.
We offer many short-term faith development classes for adults throughout the year, including women's and men's studies, Christmas studies, and Lent studies. Many of our sermon series are accompanied by special courses led by one of our pastors.
We also offer classes on topics like parenting or dealing with grief.
And of course, Sunday Schools. We have eleven adult groups that meet on Sunday morning, including our newest, "Your Table," hosted by Rev. Todd Vick. You're welcome at any and you can find the complete list here. For more information, contact Rev. Cindy Henry.
"For everything there is a season..."
We value and recognize the gifts and graces of aging adults, with a commitment to keeping them engaged and connected to the church. Our Older Adult Ministry Team oversees a wide variety of ministries to older adults, both inside and outside the church, including:
Monthly worship services in assisted living facilities.
Visitation and communication with our homebound members and friends.
Monthly potlucks and other opportunities for fellowship.
Zumba Gold and exercise classes for older adults.
AARP Driver's Education classes.
Advocacy and assistance for families dealing with aging issues.
Fore more information, contact Rev. Cindy Henry.