Wit & Wisdom

Wit & Wisdom’s Mission Statement:
To demonstrate our love for others as modeled by Christ and to support Roswell Presbyterian Church’s mission by providing opportunities for our members ages 60 and up to enjoy fellowship with others in a variety of settings and activities; to celebrate and share our wit and our wisdom with others through service in all areas of church life; and to care for the physical, social, and spiritual needs of our members.

Wit & Wisdom is a diverse group of members and friends over the age of 60+, who enjoy travel, luncheons, theatre, and a host of other activities. Each month from September through May, the group offers a variety of day trips and other fun-filled events. Wit & Wisdom is a wonderful way to get acquainted with RPC members and to meet new friends. We hope you will join us for this year's busy calendar of events. New planning team members are always welcome.

For more information, contact Ellen Knouse.

2017-2018 Events

They Are Grand Old American Flags
Tuesday, November 7

12:00 -2:00 p.m.
Cost: $12 per person
Deadline to register and pay: Monday, October 30
Payment by the deadline confirms your reservation.
Register and pay online or call the Church Office, 770-993-6316.

Enjoy a fabulous trek back in history and a delicious luncheon in Alderman Hall at noon.

Watch the parading of the United States Revolutionary flags presented by the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR).

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Members of the Piedmont Chapter, wearing uniforms designed by George Washington, will display 18 replicas of flags that were symbolic of our new country in the 1770s and 1780s. They will explain why flags became such important patriotic symbols and how they came to be designed. They will explain why flags became such important patriotic symbols and how they came to be designed.

SAR members will also outline Georgia’s strong connections to the war, before and after it resulted in freedom for new Americans on our soil. Georgia was the newest and least populated American colony when the war began, but 42 skirmishes and battles took place here. And after the war, it became the settling place for soldiers from Virginia, as well as North and South Carolina, as veterans were awarded acreage for their service. Sixty-four Georgia counties have been named for individuals who fought for or helped in the Revolution.