SALT

Seasoned Adults Learning Together

The senior adult luncheon series at Christ Church

SALT co-chairs, Barbara and Allie Prescott, have assembled spectacular speakers for 2018. Whether learning about film making in Memphis, the New Madrid Fault, downsizing for a simpler life, the Veterans Court or the changing role of the United Methodist Church, you’ll find lots of interesting and informative programs tailored just for you.  

Date: Third Thursday of each month with the exception of meeting the second Thursday in December

Time: Program begins at 11 a.m., with optional lunch to follow at Noon

Location: Seabrook Hall

Reservations: No reservations are required for the program or lunch. 

Lunch: Christ Church's Food and Beverage staff will prepare box lunches consisting of a sandwich, chips and a cookie. A variety of beverages will be available throughout the program and lunch. There is no charge for the lunch, but donations of $6 (cost of meal) are welcomed. 

Brochures: Available at Seabrook Desk

2018 Schedule

January 18
2018 Christ Church Vision and the Importance of Seniors in Our Church

Christ Church ministers Dr. Shane Stanford, Dr. Maxie Dunnam & Rev. Scott Lees

February 15
The New Madrid Fault and Implications for Future Earthquakes

Dr. Kent Moran, The Center for Earthquake Research and Information

March 15
Shelby County – Our County Today and Its Promise for the Future

The Honorable Mark Luttrell, Mayor, Shelby County

April 19
ARISE2Read – Save a Child, Save a Family, Save a City

Donna Gaines, Founder & President, ARISE2Read

May 17
The Veterans Court – Support and Rehabilitation for Our Veterans

The Honorable Bill Anderson, Judge, Shelby County Veterans Court

June 12
Senior Banquet, 6 p.m., Seabrook Hall, in lieu of June SALT

July 19
Making Films in Memphis

Linn Sitler, Film Commissioner, Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission

August 16
Transforming Shelby Farms – It’s Your Park

Jen Andrews, Executive Director, Shelby Farms Park Conservancy

September 20
What's Happening in Memphis with Tourism?
Kevin Kane, President and CEO, Memphis Convention and Visitors Bureau

October 18
Weather in the Mid-South/A Safety Prep Program for Seniors
Ron Childers, Chief Meteorologist, WMC Action News 5

November 15
Judging and Being Judged

The Honorable Samuel H. (Hardy) Mays, Federal Judge for the U.S. District Court, Western District of Tennessee

December 13
Church Health at Crosstown Concourse
Dr. Scott Morris, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Church Health