Despite much talk in recent years around Intergenerational Ministry, a present and pressing challenge for churches and their leaders is to develop effective intergenerational practice that encourages discipleship across all ages.
Focused on those with strategic leadership responsibility in the life of a church – including ministers, pastors, ministry leaders and key volunteers – Generate 2019: Intergenerational Ministry Foundations will explore the theological foundation of intergenerational ministry, the place of intergenerational ministry in a church’s strategy and issues around the implementation of intergenerational ministry.
Come along and be inspired and equipped for more effective ministry in your local context!
What: Generate 2019 – Intergenerational Ministry Foundations
Date(s): Friday, 22 February / Saturday 23 February – REGISTER for both or either one!
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$40 per person
$35 per person (if registered by 11 Feb)
$30 per person – a group of 3 or more, if registered by 11 Feb.
Centre for Theology & Ministry
29 College Crescent, Parkville Vic 3052
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 03 9340 8815
Best known as the author and illustrator of the Lost Sheep books (excellent resources for intergenerational engagement and learning), Andrew is also well-known as a presenter across Australia and beyond. (most recently presenting at The Conversation in the UK). Andrew draws on a wide experience in pastoral ministry leadership that includes ministry amongst the homeless, supporting people struggling with addictions, advocating for refugees and 25 years as a Spiritual Director. Andrew has been instrumental in developing the Fly Bird Fly Studio and his most recent book is Jesus was a refugee.
Claire Dawe – Minister, Manningham Uniting Church
Claire has been involved in intergenerational worship and church community by simply having a go, trying new ideas, failing at times, and then having another go. Claire is a committed worker for social justice, and believes in empowering and equipping people to try something and see where it takes them. Claire, along with other leaders in her community, is working hard to develop an intergenerational culture that embraces everyone – not just children, young people and their families!
Chris Barnett – Children and Families Ministry Co-ordinator, Centre for Theology & Ministry
Based at the Centre for Theology and Ministry, Chris has extensive experience in congregational, regional and denominational ministry. His current role includes a strong emphasis on intergenerational engagement, with a focus on consultancy, advocacy, resourcing and training in relation to intergenerational ministry. Chris is a keen participator and resourcer across a variety of networks, including the Australian Intergenerational Roundtable.