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Intergenerational - making all feel included tip

Just a word of caution. When we do intergenerational sunday school it's important that we don't leave anyone out. (Ex: single with no children and children who's parent can't make it for some reason (ex: work). These groups could be paired together so that they feel more like a part of the group.

Last year I was teamed up with a 2nd grader who mom and dad sang in the choir. It was fun and we get to know the different ages and generations in our own churches.

Blest be the Tie the binds us. Smile

Last edited by Luanne Payne

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