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 More than 84,000 people over the age of 50 live in Lexington County or about 32% out of a total population of 262,391.


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The vision for the Shepherd’s Center of Lexington, South Carolina
To change society's worn out myths about aging and help all older Americans live a life of meaning


The Shepherd’s Center of Lexington has the conviction that life is not over at retirement but opens a door to a new chapter of life. A life in which we continue to contribute to society, a time we learn new skills, make new friends, a time to find ways to serve others, a time to learn how to take care of ourselves, and a time to get connected in fresh ways within our faith community.


Like other Shepherd’s Centers around the country, we are non-denominational and partner with all faiths representing the diversity of our community. We share a commonly understood mission to empower older adults to use their wisdom and skills for the good of our communities along with the provision of health enhancement, cultural enrichment, and lifelong learning opportunities.

We are affiliated with the Shepherd’s Centers of America. All Shepherd’s Centers are nonprofit organizations focused on serving the needs of their local communities. We are a member of the Greater Lexington Chamber of Commerce.


The Shepherd’s Center of Lexington is located in the heart of Lexington County at the Lexington United Methodist Church, 309 East Main Street, Lexington, South Carolina. LUMC is next to the Lexington County government complex.




SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

** The Fall series of AIL is scheduled for September 25, 2014 through October 30, 2014. Click this link to download the Fall 2014 Adventures in Learning Brochure.  Click this link to download the Adventures In Learning Registration Form.
** Check out  ONLINE LEARNING opportunities offered through the Shepherd's Center of Lexington.

** See the article about the Shepherd's Center of Lexington published in the Lexington Chamber of Commerce newsletter.

** American Society on Aging presentation -  Hear Dr. Ken Dychtwald speak about transforming retirement
“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.” ~ Henry Ford


Shepherd’s Center of Lexington c/o Lexington United Methodist Church
309 East Main St. Lexington, SC 29072
Email: info@sclex.org

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