L.A.F.F. stands for Lutherans After Fifty Fellowship. L.A.F.F. is a group of adult Christians dedicated to helping others form new friendships and grow stronger in care and concern for one another through shared leisure activities and adventures.
All adult members, visitors & friends of Resurrection, both married and single, are invited to join us in our activities and adventures. However, only those who are fifty+ in age or married to someone fifty+ qualify to ride the Harris County Precinct 4 bus that provides free transportation for all our travel needs. Underage or oveflow participants can, and often do, carpool behind the bus to our destinations.
No formal enrollment to be a part of our group. Just watch for the announcements in the Church newsletter and bulletin and sign up for any event in which you’d like to participate. Flyers for each event announced are available at the information booth in the Narthex of the Sanctuary at least one month before the event.
LAFF CO-ORDINATORS FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Carolyn Pali at 281-355-0090
Pat Bankhead at 281-288-9572
New Lone Star Flight Museum
Saturday, March 3, 2018 - We leave RLC parking lot at 8:30 AM and head south to Ellington Air Force Base to visit the Lone Star Flight Museum with our usual rest/breakfast stop on the way. We’ll enjoy a docent-led tour of the museum highlights by one of the amazing docents with a background in aviation who will share some unique stories of adventures in flight. Then, it’s lunch (at your expense) at the nationally renowned King’s Biergarten in Pearland. As we head for home, one more plus…a quick stop, weather permitting, at a “hidden gem” in downtown Houston – Sesquicentennial Park & Houston’s Promenade along Buffalo Bayou…Perhaps the Houston answer to San Antonio’s Riverwalk. Bring the camera because there are lots of photo ops and some unique art installations. Back to church around 4-4:30 PM. Cost for day’s activities is $14/each with lunch at your expense.
Saturday April 7, 2018 - We’re off to another very unique adventure aboard the recently restored Yellowstone Paddlewheeler, a USCG-certified vessel that embodies the spirit of the 1800's. Step aboard and enjoy a tour of one of Texas' great little scenic rivers. Leave church at 8:15 AM and head to Brazoria with a breakfast/rest stop on the way. Then a 1½-hour cruise with 45-minutes of fun-filled narrative about the river, the boat and the area and another 45-minutes of relaxing and enjoying the scenery. We’ll return to the dock to enjoy lunch at Dido’s Restaurant on the river. Lunch is at your expense and is very reasonably priced with meals between $9 – $12 + drink, tax, gratuity. Menu order sheets will be passed out on the bus and turned in before the cruise so our meals will be waiting for us when we disembark – Burger, Chicken, Seafood. Their specialty is the Royal Red Shrimp at $11 (tastes like lobster). Yummy! We should return to the church around 4 – 4:30 PM. Cost for the day's activities is $25 per person.