Intergenerational Ministry Get Started with Intergenerational Ministry
Intergenerational ministry nurtures Christ-centered community by bringing together two or more generations in planned and purposeful settings, where all are mutually-invested.
How does your church get started?
GenOn partners with you to assess and explore ways to bring generations together with an emphasis on intergenerational experiences leading to Christ-centered community. The deep relationships formed through these experiences play an invaluable role in the development of lifelong disciples and in the renewal of energy and vitality in the whole congregation.
Coaching and Visioning
Not sure what you want? We're on it! Contact us at 877.937.2572 or firstname.lastname@example.org to take a look at your current ministry, make recommendations, and walk with you through a plan designed for your church.
This easy-to-use tool helps churches take a picture of current ministries and their inclusion of multiple ages, and create a plan to move toward being an intergenerational church.
Our Intergenerational Ministry: The Why and How workshop is the best way to explore the concept of intergenerational ministry, and discover why gathering multiple generations together to learn, worship, serve, and build relationships is important for faith development and church community. Includes time for planning practical ways to become more intergenerational.
LOGOS Boost or Encounter (for churches interested in learning more about LOGOS)
Worship Arts Made Doable (involving all generations in worship leadership)
Curriculum & Resources
Intergenerational relationship-building curriculum for Sunday mornings.
All God's Children: The Church Family Gathers
Create intergenerational events for your church with All God's Children: The Church Family Gathers. This curriculum works for small to large churches, with all generations present and with only some generations present. Four units are available: Lent, Advent/Christmas, Summer and The Church Family Gathers for a Very Blessed Summer (VBS).
Generations learn and grow in faith together weekly in a program modeled after the early church in Acts 2:42, in 2.5-3 hour sessions with time for Bible Study, Recreation/Mission, Worship Arts, and Family Time meal. LOGOS involves many adults serving throughout the evening, week after week, year after year. This time and intentionality nurtures intergenerational relationships.