Cross+Generational Worship Planning
NOVEMBER 4, 2019
By nature, worship is cross-generational. In a cultural context where there are generational disconnects between members of your congregation, how can you plan worship services that are engaging and life-giving for everyone?
In this powerful one-day workshop, join Pastors Heather Roth Johnson and Jen Rome as you explore the "why's" and "how's" of cross-generational worship.
Come away with creative ideas to get people sharing with one another across generational divides, strategies to make your church's tradition come alive for younger generations, and a plan for an Edu-worship Baptism of Our Lord Sunday (Jan. 12, 2020) that your entire congregation will remember.
What Works and Why?
Go deep with a core understanding of what makes cross-generational ministry meaningful.
What to Do with the Kids and Youth?
Learn how to include children and youth in worship in fresh and meaningful ways.
Creative Ideas Your Congregation Will Love
Explore creative storytelling, children’s sermons, liturgical art, and interactive sermons.
Put It All Into Practice
Leave with a complete plan for Baptism of Our Lord Sunday (Jan. 12, 2020).
Registration is limited to a maximum of 25 participants.
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Monday, November 4, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Pastors Heather Roth Johnson and Jen Rome