What daytime activities are churches in Dayboro running for the elderly?

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VineDayboro Sep 07, 2015
Conversation Club is run at the Dayboro Uniting Church on Fridays from 10am to 1pm. This is aimed at the elderly, with activities, speakers and social interactions amid a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. There is a drop-in morning tea and lunch is also available.
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There are four active denominations in Dayboro – Uniting, Anglican Catholic and Pentecostal. The Lutheran Church closed recently and the congregation has dispersed into other denominations.
Only the Uniting Church has a resident minister – the other denominations are serviced by a visiting priest usually twice a month. The congregation lay members conduct weekly services in between.
Only the Uniting Church has activities specifically for the elderly. Their contact details are:
DAYBORO UNITING CHURCH 4521
Presbytery:Moreton Rivers

Worship address: Williams Street, Dayboro
Worship and Sunday School: Sunday 8:30 am
Minister: Pastor Richard Lance
Church Office: Ph (07) 3468 0790
Email: dayborounitingchurch@fastmail.fm

Church-based activities that are not specifically for the elderly (but often have members over the age of 60) are:
• KYB (“Know Your Bible”) meets Thursday 10am (ladies) weekly starting 31st Jan at St Aidan's Anglican Church. The mixed group starts on Tuesday 29th at 7.30pm at the Uniting Church led by Danny Nugent (Penticostal) meeting weekly . Both groups are non denominational.

• A prayer meeting and bible study is run Mondays at 9am on 1st and 3rd Mondays of month at St Aidan's.

• Catholics have a prayer meeting around 9am Thursdays.

• World Day prayer is 1st March at 10am at St Aidan's. This is a one off service held annually at different Dayboro Churches.
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