Engage all ages in the practice of remembering as you fill a basket, create a timeline, ponder a picture book, take a field trip, and more!
An ordinary brick, a stone, and a magnifying glass are just some of the ingredients you'll find in this list of interactive ideas. Use them to shape a summer series, plan a midweek gathering, and more.
The interactive ideas in this resource invite all ages to breathe, walk, talk, journal, praise, and "pop" their way into the practice of prayer.
What do a BINGO card, a picture book and a parable have to do with engaging all ages in the faith practice of service? Find out when you open this resource filled with interactive ideas for shaping a summer series, planning a midweek gathering, and more.
Reading about a rabbit, reflecting on a surprise, and collaboratively creating a collage are just three of the interactive ideas you'll find in this resource.
Celebration jars, bubbles, and joy walking are just a few of the engaging ideas you can use to shape a summer series, plan a midweek gathering, weave into an all-ages small group study, and more.
Inspired by families and church leaders, Faith Formation Ministries invited Christian Reformed Church staff to reflect on the story of Holy Week using the Dwell at Home resource God's Big Easter Story.
When we share our stories, we experience the blessing of telling and hearing about God’s faithfulness in our everyday lives. Here's one idea for becoming a story-telling church.
Invite people of all ages at your church to prepare their hearts for Advent with this engaging idea.
There’s more interest than ever in truly intergenerational ministry—people of all ages learning, growing, serving, and worshiping together.
Sometimes we forget that older people are still growing in faith. They’re often marginalized, but your congregation needs them! Here are some ways to use the Building Blocks of Faith with older adults.
Because mentoring is highly relational, it’s a great way to experience deep belonging, explore God’s story in generative ways, build up each other’s hope in Christ, and speak into or confirm each other’s calling.
The Building Blocks of Faith describe four spiritual needs that are met in Christ. Here are some ideas for helping faith to flourish by meeting those needs in your church’s intergenerational ministries.
Whether your church has already fully returned to in-person worship, is waiting to return, or is currently somewhere in between, here are some intergenerational ideas for marking the milestone of returning to in-person worship.
Folks in the “third third of life” need their church fellowship to both support and even boost their resilience.
Do you know your family’s immigration story? With all this time at home in the COVID-19 crisis, find out what yours is, record it in an interview, and your story could be added to the "Immigration Is Our Story" series!