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A one-day conference, streamed live online

 

ALL TOGETHER NOW explores what it means to be an intergenerational Church community. It will help you to think intentionally about a being a Church of different generations. The conference includes reflections on theory as well as practice, and you'll also have an opportunity to see intergenerational ministry in action!
Who's the event for: Anyone engaging with different generations in church life.
Venue: Anywhere! Enjoy the conference from the comfort of your own sofa or office. Gather with people local to you or find a hosted event nearby!
Speakers include:

  • Eleanor Bird (Head of Children and Youth Ministry, St Chad's Church, Romiley)
  • Martyn Payne (Messy Church team member)
  • Gareth Crispin (Youth, Children & Families Minister, St John's Church, Lindow)

Find out more and catch up with videos of the conference at: www.methodist.org.uk/alltogethernow

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