Lifeway – The Community of adults of all abilities at SBC
Who are we? Lifeway is a group made up of adults with learning difficulties, support workers and volunteers that has been meeting weekly since 1966.
At Lifeway everyone is valued and included.
Lifeway in Action: At our weekly gathering we drink tea and coffee, meet our friends, chat, sing, share our news and concerns, pray for each other, learn about Jesus and always have a real good laugh. Ceilidhs and singalongs are always part of the Lifeway year, music, dancing, singing, fish and chips, what is there not to enjoy?
Lifeway Supporting: When we can we try and give support by visiting, getting alongside in times of special need like illness and bereavement, and giving practical support if we can.
Our aim is simple, to help everyone live the life to the full that God intended.
50 Years of Lifeway: In 1966 Mrs Madge Dalrymple started Lifeway because there was so little available for adults with learning difficulties. 2016 was our 50th Birthday which culminated in the group being awarded the Provosts Special Achievement Award, perhaps you will be part of the story for the next 50 years?
When & Where: Weekly in the downstairs hall at Stirling Baptist Church, with easy wheel chair access, on Sundays from 12:30pm – 13:30pm.
How can we help: If you work with or have a family member who has learning difficulties we would be delighted to help you through our Lifeway volunteers . In circumstances of illness, bereavement, or other needs or challenges, we would be delighted to talk to you, giver any practical help we can, or pray for your situation. We are not experts, but we do care.