Creating a sense of community is critical for feeling like you belong in a congregation—or anywhere in your life. Now that our connections have become more complex because of our busy lifestyles and the prevalence of social networking on the web, how do you know if your connections are strong or weak?
Intergenerational: relating to, involving, or affecting several generations.
All too often, in ministry, intergenerational refers to an event or gathering where all the ages come together for an activity or event several times a year. Serious thought about intergenerational opportunities as a regular practice or as a way of life in the church does not seem to be the norm. Using the word intergenerational is not something we normally understand to be happening each time we gather. It is set apart.
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