Itinerary for trip to Branson, May 13,14,15

Itinerary for trip to Branson, May 13,14,15

Tuesday, May 13th

Arrive at the Stone Castle Hotel - $50.00 a night.  There will be a little tax but no MO sales tax.  Up to two people in a room.

Stone Castle Hotel
3050 Green Mountain Dr.
Branson Mo 65616

Fellowship in the Breakfast room - playing games and chatting.  We can bring our own snacks.








Thank you for stopping by to visit Senior Life Ministries website. 

We love old-fashioned Apostolic Pentecostal music, testimonies of healings and of God's provision.  We love to fellowship with old friends and look forward to making new friends.  You are welcome to come and be part of this fast growing group of very special seniors. We enjoy what God has given us and the opportunity to meet together on a quarterly basis.  God is so good!

Some of the many faces of Senior Life Ministries

Our Meeting Place

We invite you to come and enjoy the good music, worship, fellowship and food with the Apostolic Seniors of Greater St. Louis.








 Senior Life Ministries meet quarterly at the beautiful Royale Orleans Banquet Center, hosted by Mr. Forrest Miller, on the 1st Thursday of March, June, September, and December from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. It is a time filled with praise, worship and heart-felt singing from various churches, along with the "Apostolic Gospel Horns" playing the old favorites.

At the conclusion of our meeting, we have a wonderful banquet dinner served by the Royale Orleans Banquet Center which includes salad, hot rolls or french bread, 2 vegetables, 2 meats, pasta, dessert, unlimited soda, juice, and coffee all for only $10.00. Dinner is from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

We meet old acquaintances and make new friends. When we leave the Royale Orleans, we go home satisfied and well-fed - spiritually and physically.



The person who remembers what he was taught at his mother's knee was probably bent over it at the time.



 "No one is poor who had a godly mother".  ~ Abraham Lincoln







You don't stop laughing because you grow old; you grow old because you stop laughing!


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