Trinity’s FiftyPlus Ministries believes that it is important to connect across the generational lines. At least three to four times a year, we have a special Sunday Night chapel that is designed to minister to people of all ages. Many who are not able to attend during the week find Sunday Night Chapel to be a great place to come and to invite family and friends. Our programs are designed to appeal to a broad age and interest level.
The Roman philosopher, Seneca, wrote, “It is quality rather than quantity that matters.” Such thought describes the Sunday evening events hosted by the FiftyPlus ministry. This past year, we have been blessed to participate in an Angolan fruit buffet with our missionaries, the Trott family, and enjoy the Glory Gates Gospel group.
We’ve also been treated to the artistic piano renderings of Huntley Brown after dinner. Huntley, a Jamaican, who now resides in the Chicago area, has performed in concerts all over the world and currently is the pianist for Ruth Graham and Friends Ministries. Weaving his story of redemption with several genres of tunes, Huntley dazzled the audience that sat in the round and up close to his piano.
Another Sunday night was spent with our own Stan Matteson. After enjoying a delightful English tea, Stan shared his vision for the C.S. Lewis College and its acquisition of a beautiful campus in Connecticut, the site where D.L. Moody started the Brookfield schools. Loretta Skinner, a former soloist at the Crystal Cathedral, blessed us with her songs.
If you like a Sunday night venue rather than during the week, this is the place to connect. All FiftyPlus Sunday evening events are open to everyone and well worth the time! -by Joe Ellis