Reconnecting the generations: how to invest in intergenerational church

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An informative online event for church leaders and children's workers exploring how we can help the generations connect

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One of the amazing things about the church is that we are the family of God, made up of people from every generation and all walks of life. This brings its challenges, but there is also so much to be gained by helping the different generations connect. And that’s been difficult throughout the pandemic.

Join us for a free session hosted by the Kitchen Table Project networkers and guest speakers as we discover how to reconnect the generations and invest in families, making the most of the wealth of experience and faith that exists in our churches to spur each other on.

Together we’ll look at how we can effectively connect families and children with the wider church community and explore ideas to help nurture children’s faith as a church.

  • Hear from Andy Frost and Dr Sarah Holmes
  • Hear stories from churches just like yours
  • Discover brand new resources, ideas and practical solutions.
  • Engage in discussions and Q&As.
  • Find out how you can access ongoing support from the networking team.

Register for free - event link will be sent to you closer to the event date

Event platform: Zoom

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Organiser Care for the Family

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Care for the Family is a registered charity and has been working to strengthen family life since 1988. We believe that every family should have somewhere to turn for support in both the good times and when family life is challenging.

Working throughout the UK and the Isle of Man, we provide parenting, relationship and bereavement support through our events, resources, courses, training and volunteer networks.

Our work is motivated by Christian compassion, and our resources and support are available to everyone, of any faith or none.


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