For anyone aged 60 and over, retirement from actively following Jesus is not an option. We still have more learning and growing to do as his disciples, especially as we grow older. We also have a responsibility to share with those who are younger than us what we’ve learned so far about living a faithful life and to serve our surrounding community using the skills we’ve acquired professionally and personally over the previous decades.

Join us as we discover anew the richness of God’s blueprint for us in this season of life. Our speakers bring an abundant wealth of experience and knowledge to help us understand how to embrace God’s charge to continue growing as disciples of Christ and to step into the plans he has for us with joy, hope and courage.

Date & Time:   November 12 from 9am-12:30pm

Location:         Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 100 E. Peace Street, Raleigh 27604


What’s in Store

  • Biblical perspectives on aging faithfully, the importance of giving back to our congregation and community, and practical ways to care for one another
  • Tools for navigating the years ahead
  • Interactive sessions with our speakers
  • A light lunch for a time of fellowship and reflection on what we have heard



  • Welcome by The Rev. Claudia Greggs
  • Keynote Address by The Rt. Rev. Terrell Glenn
  • Julia Sprunt Grumbles
  • Dr. Janet Savia


  • Q&A and Panel Discussion with Terrell, Julia and Janet, Claudia to moderate
  • Closing Remarks
  • Lunch and Fellowship

About Our Speakers and Moderator

The Rt. Rev. Terrell L. Glenn

Terrell was elected as a missionary bishop in 2008 and played a significant role in the development of Anglican Church in North America. He has served as Rector of St. Andrew’s Mt. Pleasant, SC, Rector of All Saints, Pawleys Island, SC, Planting Pastor/Rector at Church of the Apostles in Raleigh, NC, Planting Pastor/Rector at Church of the Apostles in Houston, TX, Lead Pastor, St. Andrew’s City Church Charleston, SC, and now is the North Carolina Area Bishop for the Anglican Diocese of the Carolinas.

His passion is connecting people in every season of their lives to the presence and power of Jesus Christ.

Terrell is married to Teresa and together they have three children, Terrell, Cecilia, Ellison (Carter), and one grandson, Kru. Terrell is a graduate of both The University of South Carolina and Virginia Theological Seminary.


Julia Sprunt Grumbles

Julia retired as corporate vice president of human resources, public relations, media and corporate marketing resources for Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (TBS, Inc.). In this capacity, she oversaw all human resources, corporate philanthropy, community affairs, internal and external communications, media relations, advertising planning and placement, photo services, print production and presentation services. She was also responsible for entertainment, sports and news public relations, as well as overseeing the CNN Studio Tour and the Turner Store. Additionally, Julia served on the TBS, Inc. Executive Committee.

She previously served on the boards of University of North Carolina’s Lineberger Cancer Center, the UNC Health Care System and as board chair of the Institute of Arts and Humanities as well as UNC’s Interim Vice Chancellor for Advancement. Julia also served on the national steering committee for the Carolina First campaign, was a co-founder of UNC’s Carolina Women’s Leadership Council and currently serves on the steering committee for Campaign for Carolina’s $4.25 billion campaign.

In addition, she serves on the board of trustees for Highlands Biological Foundation, UNC’s Horizons, and recently stepped down from the board of trustees of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is the recipient of UNC’s Davie Award, General Alumni’s Distinguished Service Medal and is a member of the Golden Fleece.

Julia is a native of Memphis, TN, holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina and is married to Bill Grumbles.


Dr. Janet Savia

Janet earned Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from Regent University; a Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Florida Atlantic University. Her clinical experiences include working with adults in NC, VA, and CA; in hospitals and in private practice; in a Veterans Affairs Medical Center; and in a federal prison.

Her clinical interests include issues surrounding: reproductive mental health; medical illness; aging; loss and grief; responses to trauma; life transitions; and suicide. She works closely with men and women in health care, fire and emergency medical services, and the clergy to address the unique stresses associated with these professions.

She holds professional memberships in the American Psychological Association, the North Carolina Psychological Association, and Postpartum Support International.

Janet has given back to her community through serving as a clinical advisor for NC First Responders and for Fire Chaplain 101; serving as a hospice volunteer; providing pro bono services for cancer patients; and offering pro bono therapy to local Ukrainian nationals. She has been a trained Stephen Minister and Stephen Ministry Leader for over 20 years.

Her husband, Steve is Rector of Grace Anglican Church in New Bern where Janet leads the prayer and music ministries.


The Rev. Claudia Greggs

Claudia grew up in Detroit, went to college in Boston and after moving to New York City, she heard the good news of the gospel and turned in faith to Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. She attended the Yale Divinity School in New Haven, Connecticut, graduating in 1987, and was ordained the following year to the priesthood. In 1994, she married the Rev. Dr. Gil Greggs and moved to North Carolina, finding at last her true home.

Claudia served in a number of churches before joining the staff of Holy Trinity Anglican Church in 2014. Helping people find abundant life in Jesus Christ is her passion in ministry. She and Gil have two children, Caleb and Emily, a son-in-law, Andrew, and a grandson, Alex.