I believe there are leaders who truly desire to be intergenerational in their approach to worship but have multiple types of services in their church. These leaders sincerely believe their church fits the definition of intergenerational in every context, except the part where services… Continue Reading “What is Modified Intergenerational Worship?”
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What does your physical worship space communicate you value as a body of believers?
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The truth is…you can’t DO intergenerational worship, being intergenerational is who you ARE
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“Intergenerational Worship” is worship in which people of every age are understood to be equally important.