How can we more effectively connect with teenagers?
How can we more genuinely partner with families?
How can we more authentically engage with teenagers in intergenerational community?
Many leaders and their faith communities are asking these questions, and more, as they seek to be more intentional in their ministry engagement with young people. As more and more churches embrace the philosophy and practice of intergenerational ministry, whilst at the same time acknowledging the importance of generational ministry, fresh challenges need to be addressed.
Messy Faith, Sticky Church is a workshop running on 6 October 2015 that will encourage, energise and equip you to meet these challenges!
One of the most powerful things we can do in ministry is to connect teenagers and adults in meaningful, faith-nurturing relationships so join Brad Griffin, Associate Director for the Fuller Youth Institute, and Judith Roberts, National Messy Church Consultant, and discover how ministers, pastors, youth leaders, parents and leaders of multi-age communities can build effective ministry engagement with teenagers in the intergenerational space. Messy Faith, Sticky Church will assist leaders and parents in developing practical strategies for holistic engagement of teenagers, their families and the wider church family in intergenerational community.