Not too long ago, I was asked to explain how our church went from a more traditional format to an intergenerational/or multi-gen format in our worship services. My first thought was, we never actually transitioned into a inclusive intergenerational format, it just happen to… Continue Reading “Context and History are Vital in the Intergenerational Church”
I was recently reading a dialogue in a Facebook group I’m a part of that basically said that folks under 35 only want to sing worship music in church like Passion/Bethel/Hillsong, to name a few, while folks over 65 only wanted to sing traditional… Continue Reading “Generation X: Tolerant of All Types of Church Music?”
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If you serve a church with a music ministry where various generations “rub elbows” with one another each week, you know that intergenerational relationships don’t often magically occur. Left without some intentional steps and practices, we worship pastors would probably be content to rest… Continue Reading “How to Foster Interactions Between the Generations in your Music Ministry”
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“Intergenerational Worship” is worship in which people of every age are understood to be equally important.