Bill-Dyszel_avatarImmanuel’s 50’s Plus group invites you to join them on Friday, March 10 in Fellowship Hall to see a popular speaker. Bill Dyszel, the author of 21 books including “Microsoft Outlook for Dummies,” created the award-winning, critically acclaimed NYC musical comic performance “The Internet Ate My Brain,” and has adapted his show as a keynote presentation for business and association events.

This critically-acclaimed program of hilarious topical songs and audience activities skewers topics as varied as our obsession with online shopping, addiction to selfies, online romance, and more. Combining live music, multimedia, and audience activities, the show gives audiences an experience that nothing on the Internet can match.

March 10: Bill Dyszel: “The Internet ate my Brain.”
March 17Tari Heap: “If Not Now, Then When?”
March 24: Dr. Julie Shauble from Northwest Community Hospital
March 31: Crabtree Nature Center

50’s Plus is Immanuel’s fellowship group for those over 50 and meets at 10 :00 a.m. every Friday in Fellowship Hall, September - May. 50’s welcomes singles, couples, or one of a couple, and they encourage you to bring friends from the community. There are no actual “members” but is simply a group of mature adults who want to enjoy each other’s company, to learn some new things, to grow in God’s word – and to have fun!

They greet each other over a cup of coffee and start with a Bible study. They then move on to our program at 11:00 a.m. which is followed by lunch at noon for a one-dollar donation. Following lunch is informal fellowship, cards, etc. Watch the announcement bulletin for coming programs and special outings. If you cannot come to the weekly meetings, they encourage you to join them for special outings or trips and bring friends, even if they are less than 50 years old.

Questions?  Please contact the church office at 847-359-1549.