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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Most leaders of churches that are intergenerational usually have a philosophical reason to value them. Even those leaders that are organically intergenerational and not always intentional about celebrating the diversity of ages in the church, still value that the generations are worshiping together in… Continue Reading “Why Leaders Value an Intergenerational Choral Ministry”
One of the easiest times of the year to bring multiple generations together in musical worship is Christmas. Most churches have special Christmas times of worship/presentations, no matter what style of music they use. Our event, Christmas at Ivy Creek, has been both multi… Continue Reading “Involving Multiple Generations at Christmas Music Presentations”
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“Intergenerational Worship” is worship in which people of every age are understood to be equally important.