In my last two blog posts (Bringing the Church Back Together- Part 2- First Steps and Bringing the Church Back Together- Part 1- Biblical Foundations) I discussed the biblical foundations of intergenerational worship and the importance of buy-in from the staff and the key leaders of your… Continue Reading “Bringing the Church Back Together-Part 3-Practical Application”
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I wish we sang something in my church that I know. I don’t know any of the new songs and no one around me does either. I wish we would sing some/more hymns…you know, something with lyrics that don’t repeat 700 times? We want… Continue Reading “Moving OVER, but not OUT”
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If any church claims to be truly intergenerational, her leadership must reflect the generational diversity of the church. To be clear, there is little need for an 8 year old with limited perspective to make unilateral, major decisions requiring a broader perspective of someone… Continue Reading “Shared Leadership”
“Intergenerational Worship” is worship in which people of every age are understood to be equally important.