The Vintage Group - Provides fellowship opportunities for adults as an avenue of service and a tradition in our church. The goal of the Vintage Group planning committee is to provide a range of activities that may appeal to many adults across the church and in the community. Activities include exploring nearby towns (Aberdeen, New Albany, Eupora, Pontotoc, and more); museums (MS Museum of Art, Elayne Goodman’s home, French Camp), historical & natural sites (Hummingbird Festival, Sciple’s Mill and Boardwalk at Sky Lake), eating delicious meals prepared especially for us (Prairie Wildlife and Chef Bobbaie). See Spring Brochure for details.
One activity that is growing in interest is the Starkville Community Theatre (SCT). A group that includes Vintage, Vintage New-B’s, and Vintage 2-B’s enjoy dinner and a show in fall and spring.
Each spring the Vintage group embarks on a trip. We have been to Crystal Bridges in Arkansas, Branson, MO to enjoy the music, and New Orleans to tour the WWII museum. In April of 2017 we will explore Nashville, TN.
Somebody asked, “What do I have to do to be a member of the Vintage Group?” The answer is simple: Learn about an event that interests you and join in!
Spring Trip to Nashville
Vintage will sponsor a 2-night, 3-day trip to Nashville, TN, April 20-22. The itinerary will include the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Grand Ole Opry. Watch for more information to come on this trip.
Events planned for Spring 2017:
- Sparta Opry May 5
- SCT Feb. 9 & Apr. 6
- Cleveland Grammy Museum, Mar. 24
- Nashville, TN trip Apr. 20-22
The planning committee is headed by Adult Coordinator Elizabeth Bailey. Committee members are anybody who shows us for the planning meeting and all adults are invited! We welcome all ideas for day trips, night trips, and overnight trips.