Mind and Body

Several programs at Smyrna are designed to improve the body and mind

Memory Cafe

Smyrna UCC’s Memory Café is presented on the first Fridays from October to June.  This event helps middle-aged and older adults learn ways to keep their brains healthy, and to learn about resources available to help them live independently, and/or care for loved ones with cognitive impairment. It meets the first Friday of each month from noon to 1:30. There is no cost, although free-will donations are accepted for lunch.  Reservations are required by the preceeding Wednesday.  Louise Adams in our cook.

Memory Cafe

Chair Yoga


Tai Chi

Tai Chi is an excellent way of staying healthy by increasing your ability to maintain your balance. Virgil Foster leads Tai Chi classes at Smyrna.  Check the calendar for dates and time.

A typical class lasts about an hour and does not produce sore muscles or joints the next day. 
For more information contact about this activity and the small fee, please contact us.  No preregistration is required

Health and Wellness

Each and every church is called to preach, teach, and heal.  Much of that work is related to healing and wholeness. We pray for the sick, visit those who are hospitalized and homebound, send cards, make telephone calls, and take food to offer a helping hand.  


We also encourage wellness and wholeness, through the healthy food that we bring to coffee hours and the Women’s Fellowship luncheon.  

If  you like to serve on the committee that focuses on Health and Wellness, please contact Pastor Deb or Virgil Foster.

We use hand sanitizers for your safety and improved sanitation.


Intergenerational Art Events

For this event we assembled a team of Smyrna artists who present various art project in an evening class.

There is no charge for the art night, but freewill offerings will be accepted to cover the cost of the materials, and RSVPs are requested so that we have enough materials for everyone.
Thanks to all Smyrna’s wonderful artists!.