Oh yes. It's one of our community things that we do every year at Christmas time. The Sisters and us lay people go and sing and spend time with them on a regular basis but at Christmas time it just seems to mean more to them. The older people really are our greatest treasures. :)
Sounds like a good idea.
God bless you churchlady and everyone else here with a caring spirit :-)<br />
I'm volunteering at the city soup kitchen to serve the street homeless community some nice warm food.. It's forecast to be one of the coldest winters on record here in the UK. My hear goes out to all those sleeping outdoors who have no family or home.
I do every week, not necessarily Christmas Cheer, but cheer.
I do every tuesday
My auld great uncle is in the folks home now. He smoked, drank, drove too fast and fought. Yet he is still in that hell. They call him is English name. Bastards. He is Stosh! the wood cutter.
That sounds really nice. I don't think I could do that. Hope that they're grateful to have visitors.
awww.that is sweet.what do you bring them?tell us your best visit and details please.
why would I go near old people?