Downloadable Resources

Generation to Generation

A vision day for all those passionate about seeing all ages growing together in knowledge and love of God

  • How can we make our family services better?
  • How can we support parents in bringing up children of faith?
  • Why is having all ages worship together a good idea?
  • What's next after Messy Church?
  • How do we start something that meets the needs of our local community?
  • What does a new all age worshipping community look like?
Come along and be inspired, challenged and resourced

Venue: St Peter’s Church, Norton
Date: Saturday 2nd May 2020
Time: Registration from 9.30, start at 9.45. End 2.30pm
Cost: £10* per person including refreshments and lunch

To book a place visit Eventbrite
doygenerationtogeneration.eventbrite.co.uk

For more information contact: Carolyn Edwards (Carolyn.edwards@yorkdiocese.org)or Richard White (Richard.white@yorkdiocese.org)
* Bursaries are available if required



Growing Up Together Resource

This FREE intergenerational resource is for multi-age households, small groups and communities of faith committed to growing up together in worship, witness and service. Written by Cath James and funded by the Centre for Theology and Ministry, Growing Up Together comprises an overview of the place of rites and rituals in the lives of young people and their communities plus liturgical resources for marking these significant occasions. Growing Up Together contains resources for recognising and celebrating, in an intergenerational way,

· A new sibling

· Starting school

· The first job

· Transition from adolescence to young adulthood

· Leaving home

Download for FREE via Growing Up Together.