We are blessed to have a full-time Chaplain on campus.
It’s one of the things that makes Sayre Christian Village unique in Lexington. Having a full-time Chaplain is a blessing to residents and staff alike. In fact, some staff consider Sayre their home church and of course, many residents do as well.
Dale works with a team of spiritual volunteers, the Enrichment team, and resident volunteers to provide multiple worship services, Bible studies, hymn sing-alongs, and spiritual one-on-one time to the campus.
Volunteering with the Older Adult Ministry
Dale often thinks back to the beginnings of Sayre Christian Village, remembering it’s vision and eventual reality. It’s a blessing to serve on the campus that he once volunteered at. He would often volunteer preach at Baunta and his uncle, a resident of Baunta, volunteered to drive the Sayre van.
Dale always says, “Sayre Christian Village is a great place to serve the Lord and also be served.”
He is always encouraging others to come and visit SCV. He knows that once a volunteer comes to campus and meets the villagers, they fall in love with the people and the ministry.
Serving the Bluegrass
Dale Adams was born & raised right here in Lexington, Kentucky. After graduating from Henry Clay High School, he attended the University of Kentucky and then on to Kentucky Christian University where he received his degree in Ministry and Communication.
Dale served local congregations for over 20 years as both a Youth & Preaching Minister.
Feeling a call to work with Special Needs Students, he attended Georgetown College to get his Masters in Education. For 15 years, Dale was a teacher of Exceptional Students in Versailles, Kentucky.
Dale’s home church is Southland Christian Church and he is also a Timothy of Broadway Christian Church.
Dale now loves being a part of the residents’ home church on the SCV campus.
Dale has three children, two daughters who live in Lexington and a son who resides in Austin, Texas. Dale has a passion for music, guitars & dogs and is honored to be a part of the SCV family.
Volunteer with us!
Do you have a servant heart that wants to show Jesus’ love by loving people? We are looking for volunteers that would like to help bring residents to services, set out hymnals, assist with passing communion, playing the piano, performing worship music, or volunteer preaching.