BRENTWOOD, Tenn. — Morning Pointe of Brentwood enjoyed a day of intergenerational fun with students from the MFuge Campers Connect program at Richmond Baptist Church from Tupelo, MS.

MFuge is designed to give students campers a mission experience that opens their eyes to similar opportunities they may have to serve in their own communities, as they learn to live each day on mission.

The campers are to visit the seniors at the assisted living and Alzheimer’s memory care community every Tuesday in the months of June and July, joining in on resident activities, the Petal Project, and one-on-one conversations.

“Our desire is for them to go back to their hometown and connect with an assisted living community as a volunteer,” says Regie Ragland, life enrichment director at Morning Pointe.

All summer long, Morning Pointe of Brentwood looks forward to meeting kids, teens and young adults who are looking for ways to serve their communities as part of the life enrichment program.

Photo: MFuge Campers from Richmond Baptist Church in Tupelo, MS, engage in intergenerational fun with the residents at Morning Pointe of Brentwood, TN every week.