We have a full-time position open for a Communications Coordinator. Click on the image for the job description. To apply or inquire about the job, email Dr. LaBarbara Chenault at labarbarachenault@me.com


    Has anyone ever told you that you are "over the hill," or have you ever felt that way? If you are retired on Florida's beautiful Treasure Coast, you are not "over the hill;" rather, you're at the "top of the hill" -  a Hilltopper! Read more about our group here.

    We met on Monday, February 3rd at 10:00 a.m. in Langill Hall to enjoy some food and fellowship. Don Elmore with United Servants Abroad spoke to us about the ongoing recovery efforts in the Bahamas.

    Please plan to join us every 1st Monday of the month.

  • voyage to Narnia

    "Voyage to Narnia" - We are offering "Voyage to Narnia," a study primarily for adults who have never read or studied The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis. These books have become favorites of children of all ages. Not only are they fun reading, but when we go below the surface, we learn great truths about Jesus and the Christian life.

    This class is at maximum capacity, and registration is closed.

  • Casual Wednesdays

    Our Wednesday night classes that began in January are underway, but you can still join in. 

    Available classes:

    • "Experiencing God," led by Darlene Pridmore
    • "Praying Backwards," led by Catherine Coco
    • "Guardrails," a video study for men led by Rich Porter
    • "Everything You Wanted to Know About Reformed Theology but Were Afraid to Ask!" led by Ed Coco

    These classes will run through the end of February, and you can read more details about them in our February newsletter. Our meal starts at 5:30 p.m. in Langill Hall and classes begin at 6:00 p.m.


    Please register for your class online. (Each class is limited to 20 participants.)


    "Hope, Help and Healing...Navigating Life After Loss" - This grief support group is for anyone grieving the death of a family member or friend.

    Meetings will be held at the church from 2:00-3:00 p.m. on Tuesdays through February 25th.


    MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH, 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

    Back by popular demand, Michael Verde, the founder of Memory Bridge, an internationally recognized non-profit dedicated to healing the unnecessary suffering of loneliness, will be at Treasure Coast Hospice for a special presentation. Please join us for this unique opportunity which will illuminate how each of us has the credentials, with the gift of our presence, to heal what currently cannot be cured. Click on the image for details.

    Event will be held at Treasure Coast Hospice 1201 SE Indian St., Stuart ,FL 34997
    Please RSVP to dgvona@gmail.com by Thursday, February 20th.

  • "Love Is Listening: Dementia WITHOUT LONELINESS"

    Tuesday, february 25th, 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m

    The Peter & Julie Cummings Library presents a free screening of the 2019 documentary Love Is Listening: Dementia Without Loneliness. This film explores a new way of being with people with dementia, moving from fear to profound connection and understanding, and has inspired people across the world. View the trailer, or learn more about the film here. Click on the image for details about the February 25th screening.

    The screening will be followed with a presentation by the filmmaker, Michael Verde, an award winning writer, speaker, teacher, and founder of Memory Bridge.

    Event will be held at the Cummings Library 2551 SW Matheson Ave., Palm City, FL 34990

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