When I researched intergenerational choirs in Georgia Baptist Churches several years ago, I found that leaders of churches that are intergenerational usually have a philosophical reason to value them. Even those leaders that are historically intergenerational (but not always intentional about celebrating the diversity… Continue Reading “The Importance of Having an Intergenerational Choir”
In the past two days I’ve been reminded of why it’s good to have multiple generations in music ministry. I’m convinced more and more that any church that values ALL her members and finds why to incorporate each person of varying abilities will be… Continue Reading “The Young Daughter and The Boomer Tenor”
A few months ago I wrote an article about the rise of choral singing in America from a study from Chorus America. If you missed that blog post, check it out here: Church Choirs Shouldn’t be Declining Because of Lack of Interest. Last week, I… Continue Reading “The Decline of Church Choirs and Lack of Unity”
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“Intergenerational Worship” is worship in which people of every age are understood to be equally important.