Sexton Hall Enrichment Center

In-center programming begins April 13 

Located in the southern part of the county, Sexton Hall is a multipurpose center focused on life enrichment.  For active adults, this center offers classes in art, computers and fitness, a game room for card and game players and day trips around the Atlanta area.  Sexton Hall also provides traditional senior activities with a Congregate lunch program and a respite program for those needing memory support.  A large auditorium hosts concerts, dances and other events throughout the year.

Sexton Hall Enrichment Center is open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

For the monthly calendar, directions, and information on memberships, please click on a link in the left-hand menu.

Classes and activities available for adults age 50+ are listed below.  If you or someone you know is interested in our Congregate or respite programs, please contact Laura Bagwell at (770) 781-2178.

Staff at Sexton Hall

  • Ruthie Brew, Director
  • Julie Gruen, Assistant Director
  • Hunter Bennett, Community Relations Leader
  • Courtney Fleming, Communications Leader
  • Jennifer Walsh, Graphic Designer
  • Matthew Bradford, Facility & Rentals Leader 
  • Susy Hollaway, Activities Specialist
  • Suzanne Tiernan, Front Desk
  • Mike Toth, Maintenance & Rentals
  • Laura Bagwell, Grant Programs Leader
  • Gabriella Amorine, Activities Specialist
  • Rick Smith, Van Driver

Senior Services Administrative Team

  • Cristin Shepherd, Accountant
  • Kathy Jameson, Administrative Specialist



Contact Us

 Address: 595 Dahlonega Street
Cumming, GA 30040
 Phone: 770-781-2178
 Fax: 770-781-2149
 Email: Contact Us

Our Mission

The mission of Forsyth County's Senior Services Department is to be the focal point where older adults gather for services and activities that respond to their diverse needs and interests, enhance their dignity, support their independence and encourage involvement in their community through programs designed to reduce isolation, improve nutritional health, support health and community education and provide access to more extensive services for seniors, caregivers and their families.