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820 Colonial Ave
Norfolk, VA, 23507
United States

(757) 625-1697

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Seniors

SENIORS FIRST is a community dedicated to building relationships, fostering spiritual growth and providing assistance, through socializing, visiting, resource building, loving and caring.

We offer a variety of activities for our more mature citizens to get together and deepen their relationships with Christ and each other, including monthly luncheons, day trips and forum discussions.


BIG Events

Save the dates...more information to follow!

Thursday, August 17: Group visit to the Chrysler’s Perry Glass Studio  

Get fired up with education and demonstrations of glass-making , blowing or fusing.

Optional activity afterwards:  Lunch in the Chrysler's Wisteria Café.

Monthly Luncheons

Monthly luncheons are held the first Wednesday of each month at 12:00 noon in First Hall. You can expect great food, fellowship and an interesting presentation.

July 5: Colonel William Davis, Director of the MacArthur Memorial Foundation

Colonel William Davis, the Director of the MacArthur Memorial Foundation, will speak about the 100th Anniversary of the US entry into WWI.  How does this self-proclaimed, modern, civilized world crash into a war that engulfs the globe and consumes 10,000,000 lives?

August 2: Dr. Richard Brown, retired doctor and medical missionary

Dr. Richard Brown, a retired doctor and medical missionary, will give us information on medicine in Early Virginia. From the earliest days through the 19th century, Virginians relied on herbs and good luck when confronting health problems.  Three apothecary shops in Virginia still show visitors what was available and how it was used. 

August 30: Ann Corso, Director of Education at the Chrysler Museum of Art (This is our September luncheon, a few days early) 

First Presbyterian people have long been involved with the Chrysler– as museum members, donors, staff, and volunteer docents. Current staff members of the Museum will be with us to celebrate those links and to tell us what the Chrysler is planning for the coming year.

 

To register for the upcoming luncheon, please visit our events registration page.