Tuesday Alive

Tuesday Alive is designed to enhance spiritual growth and fellowship for all. We welcome attendance from persons in the broader community. With your attendance and participation we can encourage and enrich one another in our spiritual journey.

The 2024 schedule is below. For your convenience you may download the 2024 Schedule PDF with the details of each month’s program.

We meet the second Tuesday of the month at 10:00 AM at Ridgeview.

Lunch is served after each meeting.

Planning Committee

John Denlinger (Chairperson)
Ann Eshleman
Evie Hershey
Naaman Yoder
Rick Loncosky

Psalm 92:12-15

March 12
Jeff Raught, Pianist, Composer, Theatrical
Storyteller and so much more.

April 9
Village Voices is a choir from Garden
Spot Village, led by Rebecca Cone.
They will present a varied program of sacred
and secular music.

May 14
Christian comedian Gordon Douglas from
Glen Mills, Pa. will be our guest.

June 11
Loving our neighbor facing homelessness.
Join Edith Yoder (CEO of Bridge of
Hope National) and Caleb Simmers
(Church Engagement and Housing Director,
Bridge of Hope Lancaster) as we explore
together what it means to love our
neighbors facing homelessness. We will
engage in an activity that explores how a
life-time of challenges can pile up to a
crisis of homelessness, share several
Loving Our Neighbor stories, as well as
hear stories of impact about how churches
across Lancaster County are changing
the trajectory of lives for moms and children
facing homelessness.

July 9
Lauren Graber is the wellness director
at Garden Spot Village. She will share
ways to keep our bodies healthy as we
age, giving ideas to accommodate all
endurance levels. Plan to be involved
in some fun, energetic activities.

August 13
Larry Stoner, Mennonite Disaster Service.
Respond. Rebuild. Restore.
These are the 3 R’s of MDS, located in
Lancaster, PA. MDS established in the
early 1950’s, recruits, organizes and
empowers volunteers to respond to disasters
in North America. Larry Stoner is
the Operations Coordinator for
Region 1.

September 10
Nearer My God to Thee, A Titanic Experience
Storyteller Diane Albertson will
enact an inspirational story about being
on the Titanic, complete with costumes
and music

October 8
Leona Baker is a local historian who has
written a book about the history of oneroom
schools in Salisbury Township.
Her book is titled, “How They Learned
Their ABC’s.” Her presentation will include
stories of the development of public
education in the area, and she also
will have a display of old pictures and
news articles. She is an active member
of the Salisbury Township Historical Society.

November 12
David Lapp, CEO of Blessings of Hope,
will share with the birth and mission of
the ministry and how it is accomplished
through large corporations, non-profit
partnerships, and many volunteers.
Their packed food boxes not only supply
food; they also give hope and the love of
Jesus to many in need.

December 10
Christmas Story in music—Lancaster
Mennonite School

Called by God to Learn and Share Together God's Love with all Creation