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 2019. You’ll find lots of interesting and informative programs tailored just for you.  

Date: Third Thursday of each month (except June and 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

 

2019 Schedule

January 17
70 Years of Memphis and the Rendezvous
John Vergos, co-owner, Rendezvous; primary investor, Novel bookstore

February 21
Why Art Museums Matter: The Memphis Brooks Museum of Art Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
Dr. Emily Ballew Neff, Executive Director, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art

March 21
The Adventures and Life of a Rodeo Clown
Lecile Harris, professional rodeo clown; ProRodeo Clown Hall of Fame

April 18
The Salvation Army—Healing Memphis
Major Zach Bell, Area Commander, The Salvation Army, Memphis

May 16
Coaching Young Men in Football and in Life
Mike Norvell, Head Football Coach, University of Memphis

June 25
Senior Adult Banquet

July 18
Caring for and Enjoying the Beauty of the Bonsai Tree
Brussel Martin, founder of Brussel’s Bonsai, the largest bonsai nursery in the United States, located in Olive Branch, MS

August 15
What Grows Never Grows Old
Rabbi Micah D. Greenstein, Senior Rabbi, Temple Israel

September 19
Passion, Persistence, and Patience: The Search for Amelia Earhart
Jon Thompson, Manager, Columbine Holdings; former Manager of the Wonders Series in Memphis

October 17
The Birth and Year ONE of The Daily Memphian
Eric Barnes, President and Executive Editor, The Daily Memphian

November 21
The Critical Relationship of Faith and Health
Dr. Albert Mosley, Senior Vice President, Faith and Health, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare