We have a vibrant group of Senior Adults at PHPC, and we strive to offer a variety of experiences that address the continuing need for fun, fellowship, spiritual growth and faith development. Throughout the year, we offer opportunities at PHPC as well as offsite. Information and registration will be posted on our website.
Faith, Fellowship and Growth
Book studies, Sunday lunch speakers, information sessions and faith formation opportunities designed specifically for our Senior Adult Ministry population are offered on a regular basis. Information and registration will be posted on our website.
Life and Wellness
Looking for a way to get involved at PHPC? Join one of our Life and Wellness classes! We believe the soul is nourished through physical and mental activity; get closer to God through art, exercise and fellowship!
Creative Palettes Art Class
Every Wednesday we have a painting class in room S220 from 9:00 a.m. – noon. The class members paint and draw using their own materials while they converse and enjoy each other’s fellowship.
Contact: Tammy Hale at
Good Books, the Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church book club, meets the second Wednesday of the month from 2 – 3 p.m. in the church library from September to May. Visitors are welcome.
Growing Saints Garden Club
If you have an interest in flowers, gardens, and horticulture in general, join The Growing Saints Garden Club and meet some people who share the same interests as you!
GSGC is open to members and friends of PHPC. Dues are $25.00 a year, and guests are always welcome! GSGC meets on the third Friday each month at 10 a.m. from September – May. Field trips and delicious lunches are our specialty.
Join us for a hearty breakfast and a devotional that regularly features a guest speaker to bring insight to the topic of the week. We invite men of all ages to take advantage of this opportunity to enjoy some male camaraderie. Tuesday mornings at 6:45 a.m.
Contact: John Hamm at
Bobby Womack at
Bible study, service, fellowship - Presbyterian Women (PW) has a strong presence at PHPC. PW is open to all women, as everyone has something unique to offer. Part of PW’s purpose is “to build an inclusive, caring community of women that strengthens the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and witnesses to the promise of God’s kingdom.” Typically, a PHPC pastor reviews the day’s lesson, and then we break into Circles for in-depth discussion.
Contact: DeLane Zipper:
Interested in improving your balance and coordination? Our tai chi class, led by instructor Jesse Mitchell, might just be the low-impact wellness activity you are seeking. All are welcome.
The fee is $25 a month per participant. Please pay at the beginning of the month or when you attend class. Please make checks payable to PHPC with “Tai Chi” in the memo line and remember to register at the door.
Thursdays from 12:30 – 1:30pm in Jubilee Hall B
Contact: Tammy Hale at or 214.368.6348 x113
When our bodies, minds, and spirits feel healthy, connecting with God is easier. By practicing yoga, we can help facilitate that connection by working to feel healthier. We invite everyone, no matter your age, to attend. Bring a friend! Our professional instructor is Elizabeth Holman. She leads the class in gentle relaxation and stress reduction with stretching and toning.
The class fee is $25 a month per participant. Please pay at the beginning of the month or when you attend class. Please make checks payable to PHPC with “Yoga” in the memo line and remember to register at the door.
Please wear loose, comfortable clothing – no need to buy anything. If you have a yoga mat bring it or extras mats are provided and remember to register at the door.
Mondays from 5:30 – 6:30pm in the Parlor
Contact: Tammy Hale at or 214.368.6348 x113
Thursday Morning Book Study - via Zoom
Led by Rev. Mark Brainerd
What if that person you’ve been trying to avoid is your best shot at grace today? And what if that’s the point? In Accidental Saints, New York Times best-selling author, Nadia Bolz-Weber, invites readers into a surprising encounter with what she calls “a religious but not so spiritual life.“ In a time when many have rightly become disillusioned with Christianity, Accidental Saints demonstrates what happens when ordinary people share bread and wine, struggle with scripture together and tell each other the truth about their real lives.
All are welcome! Weekly meetings are facilitated by Rev. Mark Brainerd.
Contact Tammy Hale at
Lunch with Clergy Panel and Special Tour of the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum- POSTPONED
Lunch and Learn - POSTPONED
Information about Scams Aimed at Senior Adults
Following 11:00 worship on May 3 we will have a speaker from The Senior Source talk about the internet and phone scams and fraud that are aimed at the senior adult population. This is an important subject for both our senior adults as well as for those family members who love them.
Congregational Care Resources
Medicare Information: www.medicare.gov
Informative Workshops & Personalized Assistance: www.theseniorsource.org