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Intergenerational Class Yearly

We've been having an Intergenerational Sunday School class for many years, even predating our WoRM Sunday School. In some ways the rotation format made it harder to have the class, because it was harder to fit into the rotation's physical scheduling.

All our Sunday School classes, adult and children, come to the Intergenerational class.

  • Usually in the past, we would do a great craft together or watch a puppet show together.
  • When we started the WoRM, we used two Sundays to rotate all the adults and children through 4 abbreviated workshops (2 per Sunday) on the Ten Commandments.
    The adults who attended got a better idea of how WoRM worked.
  • This year we celebrated a Seder meal together.
  • Last year we prepared some Bible Foods together and sat down to a Feast.

Everyone who came enjoyed them, and learned something new. The trick is to get everyone to come. Some classes decided not to attend. (We've been without a permanent pastor at the helm for almost two years...so we've lost a lot of people.)

Last edited by Luanne Payne

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